Princes Wil­liam and Harry pay trib­ute to Princess Diana

Malta Independent - - FEATURE -

Princes Wil­liam and Harry yes­ter­day paid trib­ute to their mother, Princess Diana, on the eve of the 20th an­niver­sary of her death by vis­it­ing a me­mo­rial gar­den at Kens­ing­ton Palace.

The en­gage­ment at the Sunken Gar­den al­lowed the young roy­als, in­clud­ing Wil­liam’s wife, the Duchess of Cam­bridge, to honor Diana’s work with char­i­ties. The gar­den has been planted in white and ded­i­cated to the princess.

The roy­als met with representatives from Great Or­mond Street Hospi­tal, the Na­tional Aids Trust, the Le­prosy Mis­sion and other char­i­ties the princess sup­ported. Diana’s chil­dren have promised to carry on her work with char­ity.

The weeks be­fore the an­niver­sary have been met with re­flec­tion in Bri­tain as the public remembers “the Peo­ple’s Princess” and con­sid­ers her con­tri­bu­tions to the coun­try and the monar­chy.

Prince Harry

Prince Wil­liam

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