Sussexes plant forget-me-nots for Diana
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.