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Remembering Princess Diana on her 22nd death anniversary

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Princess Diana’s untimely death is being remembered by hundreds royal fans, who have already started sharing heartwarming messages for the People’s Princess ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the tragic car crash in Paris.

Princess Diana’s untimely death is being remembered by hundreds royal fans, who have already started sharing heartwarming messages for the People’s Princess ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the tragic car crash in Paris.

Princess Diana died after the Mercedes S280 limo she was in crashed into the 13th pillar of the Pond D’Alma tunnel near the river Seine. Her death shook the country and left in mourning millions of people across the country and the world. And even 22 years later, the tributes of thousands have already started pouring in on social media.

One Facebook group dedicated to the late Princess of Wales, ‘The Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Group - Still Remembered’, is being filled with emotional messages.

One Facebook user wrote, addressing the Princess herself: “Gone but not forgotten, love and miss you Princess Diana.”

Another said: “Never ever will a royal be so remembered…

“She was exceptional, and that will be for centuries…”

A third said: “Hard to believe it has been 22 years since the world lost a most beautiful precious outstanding Princess. Rest In Peace.”

Another added: “Beautiful Princess Di, your legacy lives on forever. Rest in Peace, eternal beauty.”

While royal fans are getting ready to honour the death of Princess Diana by leaving flowers on Pont D’Alma and outside Kensington Palace, the People’s Princess’ children are likely to celebrate the life of her mother in private.

According to an insider who spoke to US Weekly, Prince Harry and Prince William usually spend the day together with their families.

William and Harry also opened up on the impact her death had on them, then respectively 15 and 12.

In a TV documentary called Diana, 7 Days, the pair spoke candidly about their pain, their mental health and the important role their father, Prince Charles, had for them in the days following Diana’s death.

Harry said: “One of the hardest things for a parent to have to do is to tell your children that your other parent has died.

“How you deal with that I don’t know but, you know, he was there for us.”

Prince Harry also told Newsweek about the hardship of walking behind his mother’s coffin during the funeral cortege.

While arguing that was not something a “child should be asked to do”, he said he is “glad” he had been part of it.

He said: “I think it was a group decision, but before I knew it I found myself, you know, with a suit on, with a black tie, white shirt I think, and I was part of it.

“Genuinely, I don’t have an opinion whether that was right or wrong — I’m glad I was part of it.

“Looking back on it now, I’m very glad I was part of it.”    

Express.UK