Princess Diana remembered by admirers 20 years later

The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed little Princess Charlotte is following in her grandmother Princess Diana's footsteps, as she "absolutely" loves to dance.

In 2014, he told The Telegraph that he wasn't nervous 'because I'd seen her dance with Charles beforehand so I knew that she was strong.

The second, which was taken yesterday, comes as Britain prepares to remember the 20th anniversary of Diana's death in 1997.

The co-designer of Diana's wedding dress, Elizabeth Emanuel, tweeted a picture of the princess shortly after her arrival at St. Paul's Cathedral for her 1981 wedding. That, surely, is a legacy of which she would undoubtedly be very proud.

"I think that given the life she had, when you think what she had to overcome, and all of this in the public eye, I think she was a truly extraordinary woman".

"How many times shall we remember her in how many different ways - with the sick, the dying, with children, with the needy?"

People placed floral tributes, photos and personal messages at the gates of Kensington Palace on Thursday as Britain observed the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana.

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Twenty years on, the world prepares to remember Princess Diana who died at the age of 36 on August 31, 1997 in Paris.

Over the next 17 years, she became the most photographed woman and some, including her sons, believe the paparazzi, who hounded her in Paris the night of the vehicle crash, are partly to blame for her death.

Today marks 20 years since Princess Diana's death. We know how hard things were for her from time to time.

A sea of flowers covers the front of Buckingham Palace, Sunday morning, September 7, 1997 in London, the day after the funeral for Princess Diana.

"The engagement will allow the princes to pay tribute to the life and work of their mother", Kensington Palace said in a statement. She has never gone away and she never will.

A 2008 inquest in the United Kingdom found the Princess was unlawfully killed as a result of "grossly negligent" driving by her chauffeur, Henri Paul, who lost control of the vehicle at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour.

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