The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry pay tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales
Published 30 August 2017
Their Royal Highnesses visited The White Garden to pay tribute to the life and work of their mother the day before the twentieth anniversary of her death.
Their Royal Highnesses visited The White Garden in Kensington Palace today to pay tribute to the life and work of their mother the day before the twentieth anniversary of her death.
On 30 August 2017, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry met with representatives from charities supported by their mother Diana, Princess of Wales at Kensington Palace.
Their Royal Highnesses began the engagement visiting The Sunken Garden in the Palace grounds, which this year has been transformed into a White Garden, dedicated to their mother. Some of Diana, Princess of Wales's favourite flowers are planted here.
After touring the garden, Their Royal Highnesses met representatives, both past and present, from some of the main charities The Princess supported in the final years of her life.
These include Great Ormond Street Hospital; the National Aids Trust; The Leprosy Mission; Royal Marsden Hospital; English National Ballet; and Centrepoint. Together they will reflect on the significant achievements of The Princess, and the legacy of her work which continues to resonate with so many today.