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Sus­sexes plant for­get-me-nots for Diana

- By Claire Duf­fin Celebrity Couples · Celebrity Weddings · Healthy Food · Gossip · Celebrities · Vegetables · Gardening · Royals · Healthy Living · Hobbies · Diana, Princess of Wales · Wonder Woman · California · Los Angeles · Prince William of Wales · Paris · Santa Barbara, CA

PRINCE Harry and Meghan planted for­get-menots, one of Princess Diana’s favourite flow­ers, on the an­niver­sary of her death.

The cou­ple surprised young­sters at a preschool for vul­ner­a­ble chil­dren in Cal­i­for­nia on Mon­day – 23 years after Harry’s mother was killed.

As­sis­tance League Los Angeles yes­ter­day re­leased im­ages show­ing the cou­ple in their gar­den. The Sus­sexes helped plant flow­ers and vegetables, in­clud­ing petu­nias, for­get-me-nots, toma­toes, squash and sweet peas. The duke was 12 and Prince Wil­liam was 15 when Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris on Au­gust 31, 1997.

Meghan and Harry have of­ten fea­tured for­getme-nots at poignant mo­ments in their lives. For ex­am­ple, it was in Meghan’s bou­quet on their wed­ding day. The cou­ple moved to LA in March and have bought a £11mil­lion house in Santa Bar­bara.

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Sur­prise visit: Harry and Meghan at a preschool for vul­ner­a­ble chil­dren
Trib­ute: Their trip was on the an­niver­sary of Diana’s death Sur­prise visit: Harry and Meghan at a preschool for vul­ner­a­ble chil­dren

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