Princes Harry and Williams visit Princess Diana memorial on her 20th death anniversary

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Prince Harry and Prince williams payed homage to their mother, the late princess Diana by making a visit to a new garden at Kensington Palace in London, which has been created in her memory.

August 31 marks the 20th death anniversary of the royal philanthropist and global icon, who was tragically killed in a car crash in Paris, back in the year 1997. William and Harry were merely 15 and 12 when Diana passed away.

Princes Harry and Williams were joined by the later's wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - as the trio took a tour of the white garden, formerly known as the sunken garden, on the eve of Diana's 20th death anniversary.

The garden was already filled with flowers, bouquets, notes and pictures of the late Princess of Wales, as several civilians visited the ground in her remembrance.

Check out some of the photographs from their visit below:

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