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How Princes William And Harry Remember Diana On The Anniversary Of Her Death Each Year

Prince William and Prince Harry honor Princess Diana every year on the anniversary of her death.
September 3, 2019 - 09:44 / Clemens Fanger

August 31 marked the anniversary of the death of Princess Diana. 22 years ago in 1997, the tragic car accident happened in Paris and claimed the life of the 'People's Princess'. Prince William and Prince Harry commemorate the anniversary of their mother's death every year in a lovely fashion.

The two brothers Prince William (37) and Prince Harry (34) are said to have met again this year at Kensington Palace in London to reminisce about their late mother Princes Diana (†36) who died so tragically in 1997.

An insider talked to the magazine US Weekly about how these meetings usually take place: "They talk about the little things about Diana that made them laugh: the ski trips and outings to Thorpe Park; the effort she went to on their birthdays — all of it."

Princess Diana before her death
Princess Diana, pictured in 1995. She passed away tragically just two years later in a horrific car accident.

Prince William and Prince Harry want to uphold Diana's legacy

It is particularly important to the two brothers Prince William and Prince Harry to keep Diana's legacy of charitable work alive. "We will do everything we can to make sure that she's never forgotten and carry on all the special gifts, as such, that she had and that she portrayed while she was alive. I hope that a lot of my mother's talents are shown in a lot of the work that I do," Harry revealed as early as 2016 in an interview with ABC News.

Prince William and Prince Harry help others through their recently renamed organizations The Royal Foundation and Sussex Royal The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Over the course of the day, Duchess Kate (37), Duchess Meghan (38) and the children also joined the meeting to commemorate Princess Diana, as US Weekly reports.