Prince George and Princess Charlotte taken to grandma Diana’s grave for her 56th birthday



Prince George and Princess Charlotte were taken to their grandmother, Princess Diana’s grave to mark her 56th birthday.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took George, three, and Charlotte, two, to an emotional rededication ceremony at Diana’s family home.

It’s believed the service, which was also attended by Prince Harry and Diana’s brother Earl Spencer, was an intimate gathering.

‘It is 20 years since Princess Diana’s death and it is important to them that George and Charlotte are able to show their respects,’ a source told the Mirror.

The grave and memorial to Princess Diana on an island in a lake at her family home at Althorp Park, Northamptonshire, in 1999 (Picture: Getty Images)

William was just 15 years old, and his brother Harry 12, when Diana was tragically killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997.

She was buried on an island in the ornamental Oval Lake at the Althorp Estate in Northamptonshire.

Diana’s two older sisters, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, 60, and Baroness Fellowes, 62, attended Saturday’s service, which was conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Charles, 9th Earl Spencer’s tribute to his sister Princess Diana (Picture: Getty Images)
An aerial view of Althorp House, home of the Spencer family, the location of the burial site of Diana (Picture: Getty Images)

However, Prince Charles and Camilla were conspicuously absent.

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were in Ottawa, Canada, performing royal duties to mark Canada Day.

William and Harry are also remembering their mother by commissioning a statue of her to stand in the public gardens of Kensington Palace, which was Diana’s old home.

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