The 10th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana in a car crash in Paris on 31 August 1997 is being marked with a memorial service in London. Princes William and Harry will lead readings for their mother at Guards’ Chapel, near Buckingham Palace.
Prince Charles and the Queen will be at the service, although Charles’s second wife Camilla refrained from attending the ceremony.
“No-one who ever knew Diana will ever forget her.”
That was quoted from the live broadcast speech the Queen gave from Buckingham Palace at six o’clock on the evening before the princess’s funeral. (From an article by Nicholas Witchell)