British commemorate Lady Di

British commemorate Lady Di

World August 31, 2017 20:18

london - Countless princess Diana's fans stopped watching her death just twenty years ago. This happened, among other things, by a flower-shrouded by and at the fence of Kensington Palace. Lady Di lived there for more than fifteen years, during her marriage with Prince Charles but also after the divorce.

The first people gathered before the dawn at the palace to commemorate her. Diana's sons, Prince William and Harry, took a look a day earlier. 'We all lost someone,' Harry said to representatives of charitable organizations in which his mother was involved.

The 'People's Princess', as former Prime Minister Tony Blair called her, came on August 31, 1997 by a car accident in Paris for life. She was 36 years old.

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