Every year on August 31, people remember Princess Diana, who died in a car accident that day. 2012 marked the 15th anniversary of her death. During her lifetime, Diana was called "the people's princess". After her tragic death, her popularity has not diminished.
Lady Dee left young - she was only 36. For an unidentified reason, the car in which she was rushing through the Paris tunnel crashed into a support. Neither the princess nor her beloved Dodi Al-Fayed escaped.
But the memory of Diana lives on to this day. After all, the Princess of Wales has become truly the "queen of hearts". She was charming and elegant, did a lot of charity work: she helped the homeless and the sick, supported various foundations, and personally participated in the fate of people.
On August 31, 2012, several hundred Englishmen and guests of London gathered at the former capital residence of the Princess of Wales, Kensington Palace. They honored the memory of the favorite of the nation, brought flowers and postcards to the Golden Gate, lit candles.
A modest mourning ceremony was also held in the Spencer family estate. There, in Northamptonshire, in the Eltrop estate, which is located on a small island, Diana is buried. Only the closest ones came to remember her.
Miss Spencer's especially devoted fans gathered at Diana's Cafe in London in Baysouter. Lady Dee herself has been to this establishment. It is believed that the owner named the cafe after her when he saw the princess walking by with her sons, escorting Harry and William to school. Then Diana allegedly noticed the sign and began to go into the cafe.
But the royal family did not hold any solemn mourning events on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of Diana's death. This fact gave the British a reason to reproach the dynasty in an effort to quickly forget about the princess, whom the monarchs did not particularly favor during their lifetime.
However, at the end of August, an exhibition dedicated to Lady Dee opened at the palace. On display are many of Diana's elegant outfits, in which she sported in the 80-90s of the 20th century. In addition, the British media write that Diana's son, Prince William, and his wife Kate will participate in a symbolic ceremony in September. It will take place in Singapore, at the Botanical Garden. There, an orchid will be named after the deceased princess.