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What Happened Next...

Billions of mourners watched as Diana, Princess of Wales, was laid to rest after the tragedy that took her life in Paris

1997 PRINCESS DIANA’S FUNERAL

An outpouring of public grief follows the death of Lady Diana Spencer

This sombre September day was unlike any other. Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of Westminster, wishing to pay their final respects to the late Lady Diana Spencer, who had died in a tragic accident at the age of just 36. The funeral was a grand a air, with her ex-husband, Prince Charles, in attendance alongside their sons, Harry and William. Elton John famously performed Candle in the Wind, rewritten to commemorate Diana’s inextinguishable personality. A period of national grief in Britain defined the nation’s mood for the rest of that year.

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