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RE­MEM­BER­ING MUMMY

There’s noth­ing more English than a beau­ti­ful gar­den, and no one more English than Princess Diana. So that’s where Prince Wil­liam and Prince Harry chose to pay trib­ute to their mother on Wed­nes­day, the eve of the 20th an­niver­sary of her death. Clutch­ing um­brel­las, the princes and Duchess Kate of Cam­bridge, Wil­liam’s wife, vis­ited the Sunken Gar­den on the grounds of Kens­ing­ton Palace — their cur­rent cen­tral Lon­don res­i­dence and Diana’s for­mer home. The en­gage­ment was to be the young roy­als’ sole public ap­pear­ance be­fore the an­niver­sary, aimed at high­light­ing their mother’s life and her char­i­ta­ble legacy. They were ex­pected to spend the an­niver­sary day in pri­vate.

KIRSTY WIG­GLESWORTH, AP

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