Diana aura still captivates, 20 years on

Diana aura still captivates, 20 years on

William, Harry, and Kate are now trying to keep Diana's memory alive for her grandchildren, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.

The pair have also released three of their favourite photos from an album put together by Diana, including one where she is holding Prince William at the time she was pregnant with Prince Harry.

Jason, whose father is from the United Kingdom, says he remembers Diana as "very glamorous - but with a mischievous side", and says he feels it is important to remember the princess for her charity work.

Joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, they will tour the White Garden in the grounds of Kensington Palace.

The princes toured the garden alongside the head gardener and another gardener who knew the Princess of Wales before meeting representatives from several of the organizations Diana supported in the final years of her life as well several charities that she had a close relationship with.

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It was 20 years ago, their mother had just died and, against their will, they had been paraded in front of the public to inspect the sea of bouquets and other offerings left by the thousands of Diana's admirers who had come in pilgrimage to the palace. Fans of the late princess have been leaving photographs, flowers and flags at the palace gates to remember her.

With all her mistakes and frailties played out in public, Britons felt wrapped up in Diana's life.

The life of Diana - a shy, teenage aristocrat who suddenly became the world's most famous woman - and her tragic death at 36 still captivates millions across the globe.

Outside the palace, Britons left flowers of their own Tuesday.

This year's anniversary has been a more private affair for the family in contrast to the celebrations William and Harry orchestrated to mark the 10th anniversary of Diana's death in 2007.

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Her unusual combination of fragility and steel, her need for loving attention and an ability to make those she met feel loved.

Perhaps her greatest legacy is her two sons.

"If I can be even a fraction of what she was, I'll be proud".

"It seemed like a fitting tribute, like the song", says Tasha, referring to the opening lines of Elton John's Candle in the Wind, which was rewritten in 1997 with the lines: "Goodbye England's rose, may you ever grow in our hearts".

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