Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the grandchildren of Princess Diana, attended the special service on the birthday of their world-famous grandma.
Princess George and his little sister Princess Charlotte had no chance to meet personally with their grandmother, Diana of Spencer. The Cambridges youngsters may have had curious questions as they visited the grave of Princess of Wales, on what would have been her 56th birthday.
The young generation of the royal Windsor family joined their parents and uncle Harry in a private service on Saturday to rededicate Diana’s grave at Althorp House in Northamptonshire.
Prayers and reflections were led by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. The service was joined by members of the Spencer family. George, 4, and Charlotte, 2, paid their tribute away from the press ahead of what is expected to be an emotional summer.
The ‘Queen of Hearts’ died twenty years ago in a car crash in Paris on 31 August. Special documentaries featuring her sons and other members of Diana’s family will be aired to celebrate the life and legacy of the iconic figure.
The grave of Princess Diana: the White Garden
Earl Spencer, the brother of Diana believes that his sister deserves a place in the history of the UK. According to him, Princess of Wales is an important person for people under 35.
It was decided that Diana’s body would be laid to rest on a small island in the middle of the ornamental Round Oval lake because the water would act as a ”buffer against the interventions of the insane and ghoulish.”
Prince William and his brother Prince Harry have a plan to erect a statue of her outside Kensington Palace. In this place, their famous mum spent several years of her life as Princess of Wales. After the divorce with the son of Queen Elizabeth II, Diana stopped to be a member of royal Windsor family, she was just Lady Spencer and mother of two princes who 20 years after her death created the White Garden in Diana’s name.