British Princes William, Harry Visit Grave of Mother Princess Diana
- Author: Michelle Webb Jul 05, 2017,
Jul 05, 2017, 0:05
Rededication services are not very common in the Church of England when there is no great adjustment to the grave, but it is understood that Prince William and Prince Harry felt it was important that George, 4, and Charlotte, 2, paid their tribute away from the press ahead of what is expected to be an emotional summer.
Princess Diana's grave was rededicated on her birthday after the service that was given in her honor.
Diana's older sisters - Lady Sarah McCorquodale, 60, and 62-year-old Baroness Fellowes - also attended yesterday's ceremony.
Kate was also in attendance at the service, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, as well as Prince Harry and members of Diana's family. "I think an element of it is feeling like we let her down when we were younger".
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In a recent interview with GQ, William, now 35, spoke of his sadness that Diana never got to meet his wife Kate or their two children.
The royals rededicated her grave and held a private memorial service on the island of the Oval Lake at Althorp House in England, the Princess of Wales' family estate in Northamptonshire where she grew up and was laid to rest almost 20 years ago. "I don't think it would happen today". Earl Spencer kept her buried at this private location, in part, so that William and Harry could visit her more easily without being under the public eye.
Diana, first wife of William's father and heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles died aged 36 in Paris on August 31, 1997, after the limousine carrying her and lover Dodi al-Fayed crashed in a tunnel as it tried to escape paparazzi who were chasing them on motorbikes. The Cambridges youngsters may have had curious questions as they visited the grave of Princess of Wales, on what would have been her 56th birthday. His sons, William and Harry, are as well rendered in Northamptonshire to collect on his grave, situated on the wooded island in the area of Althorp House. The Diana Award is a charity organized to promote Princess Diana's belief in young people.