This Tuesday, August 31, it is 24 years since Princess Diana lost her life in a car accident. On this special day, her brother, Charles Spencer, paid a moving tribute to her.
The date of August 31, 1997 will always be remembered. Lady Diana died following a tragic car accident in Paris. At that time, Princes William and Harry were 15 and 12 years old respectively. Princess Diana’s funeral was held on September 6, 1997, at Westminster Abbey. Members of the British royal family were present at this sad event. 24 years after her death, her family, relatives and fans still mourn the death of the princess of hearts. This Tuesday, August 31, Charles Spencer paid a heartfelt tribute to his sister on social networks. The British politician shared a poignant photo as he marked the anniversary of the death of Princess Diana.
Charles Spencer posted on social media an image of the flag at half mast in Diana’s family home, Althorp House, as a sign of respect for his late sister. Moved by this picture, supporters of Earl Spencer were numerous to comment on his publication, also paying tribute to the mother of William and Harry. “Sending you and your family lots of love today,” wrote one Internet user, while another benevolently stated, “May she rest in peace forever our princess.” According to British media outlet Hello! Magazine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with their three children, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte, will reportedly commemorate the tragic anniversary in private.
Lady Diana should have been 60 years old
Last July 1, a ceremony, in all intimacy, had taken place in the gardens of Kensington Palace in tribute to Princess Diana, who should have celebrated her sixtieth birthday. For this special occasion, Prince Harry had traveled from Los Angeles to stand beside the Duke of Cambridge. The two brothers unveiled a statue of their late mother with three children. Charles Spencer was obviously among the guests and he was accompanied by his two older sisters, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.
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