By Ind Job Info Team
On the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's death in a Paris automobile accident, fans left tributes outside Kensington Palace.
White chrysanthemums spelling "Princess Diana" rested among dozens of photos and inscriptions left by lovers, some of whom make annual pilgrimages to the spot to mourn the tragedy.
“We simply come here, do the memorial, and talk about things she used to do to... let people know we will never forget the princess," said Julie Cain, 59, who came 300 miles from Newcanton.
Diana's death at age 36 stunned the world, which had followed her accomplishments and hardships for 17 years.
Wednesday's offerings were a modest reminder of the mounds of flowers left after Diana's death.
Diana was always in the public spotlight from the time she got engaged to the night she died. Her wedding, divorce, and new life made headlines.
The audience watched as she transformed from a shy adolescent into an international style star who befriended AIDS victims and captivated Nelson Mandela. She showed William and Harry how to connect with people and remain relevant in the 21st century.