There are just two people who like—as a matter of fact, love—Princess Diana in The Crown season four: her sons Prince William and Prince Harry, both of whom are toddlers. The rest can’t stand the princess, but even her miserable husband, Prince Charles, agrees that she has one merit, which is being a fantastic mother. Take the couple’s 1983 tour of Australia, which was years in the making. Diana brings it to a halt, insisting on reuniting with her newborn, and predictably sends Charles into a towering temper. The eventual mother-son reunion ends up being so clearly heartfelt that his rage transforms into acceptance—and, for one brief moment, actual happiness. Without her children, it seems impossible that Diana could have made it through 1981—when, at 20, she married then 32-year-old Charles—to 1990, when season four ends. (Funnily enough, The Crown’s Charles cites Diana being “a child” as one of many reasons not to go through with the marriage.) Here’s what motherhood looked like for Diana throughout those years, from the family’s home in Highgrove to vacations on the British Virgin Islands.