Prince William & Prince Harry Plan to Honor Diana With Touching Tribute

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It's been nearly 20 years since her tragic death, but that hardly means that Princess Di has been forgotten. In fact, Diana's children have a special memorial in the works to honor their late mother.


Will and Harry are planning to resurrect a temporary White Garden on the Kensington Palace grounds to memorialize their mother's death in 1997. The flowers to be included will be specially selected, and will include tulips, forget-me-nots, and white roses.

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The garden's team leader, Sean Harkin, said of the project, "We hope to capture the energy and spirit which made her such a popular figure around the world."

Diana's boys have been involved with the process. A spokeswoman for Historic Royal Palaces explained to the Express, "The Duke and Prince Harry have been supportive. They've seen the plans."

We love how Prince William and Prince Harry seem to find ways all the time to keep their mother's spirit alive. Will and his wife Kate Middleton even moved into the palace that Diana called home for 15 years, to raise their own children and make their own precious family memories.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte never got a chance to meet their paternal grandmother, but we have a feeling that they'll feel her spirit while chasing butterflies or maybe bubbles through the garden.

We can't imagine a better tribute than that.

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