DIANA’S DEATH MARKED BY SONS WITH GAR­DEN VISIT

Montreal Gazette - - WORLD -

Princes Wil­liam and Harry on Wed­nes­day vis­ited a me­mo­rial gar­den ded­i­cated to Princess Diana to pay trib­ute to their mother’s char­ity work on the eve of the 20th an­niver­sary of her death.

The roy­als, ac­com­pa­nied by Wil­liam’s wife, the Duchess of Cam­bridge, hud­dled un­der um­brel­las in the pour­ing rain as they strolled through the Sunken Gar­den, which is planted with white flow­ers and ded­i­cated to the princess at her for­mer home, where she once would stroll.

The weeks be­fore the an­niver­sary of Diana’s death have been met with re­flec­tion in Bri­tain as the public remembers “the peo­ple’s princess” and con­sid­ers her con­tri­bu­tions to the coun­try and monar­chy.

Many brought flow­ers, which the princes gath­ered and laid in front of the black and gold gates of Kens­ing­ton Palace.

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