IT’S been 21 years since Princess Diana’s burial and stunning photos have been revealed of her final resting place at her childhood home. The “People’s Princess” was laid to rest at Althorp House in Northampton, which was given a multi-million pound facelift last year. Breathtaking images show Princess Diana’s grave nestled in the middle of a tranquil island on a crystal clear lake. A memorial for visitors can be found across from the lake, where well-wishers can leave flowers as a tribute to the much-loved princess. The peaceful spot is regularly visited by her sons Prince William and Prince Harry – along with thousands of adoring fans who flock to the estate each summer. Princess Diana was buried on Thursday September 6, 1997, and hundreds of visitors are expected to pay homage to the beloved royal in light of the anniversary. Video of Althorp Park in Althorp Estate where Princess Diana was buried after her death in 1997 The royal grew up in the 13,000-acre estate, which now features 36 oak trees that were specially planted to represent each year of her life – which ended following a car accident in Paris. The 18-month renovation project was announced two years… Read full this story
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