The Princess of Wales (1961 - 1997, later Diana, Princess of Wales) at Aintree racecourse for the Grand National, 3rd April 1982.
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Princess Diana was truly one of a kind. There’s no doubt in our minds her legacy will live on. It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly 20 years since her passing. Saturday commemorates what would have been her 56th birthday. In honor of Princess Diana’s birthday, Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, and other close family members attended an intimate service at her family home. They also traveled to her resting place at the island on Oval Lake outside Althorp House, where a private ceremony took place rededicating her grave.

We can only imagine how moving and beautiful it must have been.

Prince William and Kate brought their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, to remember and pay tribute to this incredible mother, woman, princess, and humanitarian. The Archbishop of Canterbury led the intimate ceremony. No members of press were permitted at the service.

Diana, Princess of Wales with her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, at the piano in Kensington Palace
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Kensington Palace released a short statement about the ceremony.

Plans are also underway to erect a statue of the late Princess that will stand outside of her old home at Kensington Palace.

The princes hope the highly visible statue will not only honor their mother but help the public remember her legacy. They issued a statement that said:

Recently, Prince Harry has spoke out about the effects of his mother’s death on his mental health as part of his work with the mental health charity Heads Together. In a recent interview with the Daily Telegraph, he said:

We know we’ll never forget the incredible legacy and shining brilliance of Princess Diana.