Diana 20 Years After Her Death – designer gowns on show

Diana 20 Years After Her Death
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Diana 20 years after her death. Kensington Palace has opened its doors commemorating the Princess of Wales.  

Princes William and Harry have commissioned a statue to mark the memory of their mother’s tragic death 20 years ago.

The royal brothers say the time is right to recognise their mother’s positive impact in the UK and worldwide.

Kensington Palace is also marking the 20th anniversary by exhibiting her much talked about clothes. Diana was well known for her stunning and sometimes flamboyant clothes.  More often than not she would looked fabulous and was admired by many.

Diana the Princess of Wales was involved in a car accident in Paris. She was still alive when they rescued her from the vehicle.  But she later died in hospital.

Britain was heartbroken and in tears.  So was the rest of the world. Her popularity had spread across the globe. Diana was loved wherever she went.

Both brothers admit to having suffered depression as a result of their mother’s death.  Neither of them could talk about her. However, this 20th anniversary year, they have broken their silence and began talking about Diana. They believe it has made a great impact on their emotions.

Royal Sons

Prince William the Duchess of Cambridge and their children are living at Kensington Palace. And Harry has also moved in.  They are all back home where they lived with their Mother.

Crowds are lining up to catch the exhibition of Diana’s clothes. There are many to view as she loved wearing fashion.

Diana died 31 August 1997



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