Some of Diana’s fans said they make annual pilgrimages to remember the tragedy. Julie Cain, 59, who traveled 300 miles (480 km) from Newcastle in northern England to London, said: “We just come here, remember and you know we only talk about things that She used to do it, let people know that we will never forget the princess, we will never forget what she did.
Julie said, “We want her legacy to last as long as possible.” Diana has been at the center of the media ever since she married Prince Charles. Diana made headlines with the story of her marriage, divorce, and attempt to live a new life.
The public watched as she grew from a shy teenager to an internationally recognized woman who made friends with AIDS patients and charmed Nelson Mandela. He promoted the campaign to eliminate landmines.
He showed the royal family, especially his sons William and Harry, how to connect with people and stay relevant in the 21st century.
AP Santosh Madhav