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A poster and flowers with cards tied on the gates of Kensington Palace, London on the aniversary of the death of Princess Diana who died 6 years ago in a car crash in Paris.
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remember getting ready to go on holiday and was in complete shock when i heard the news and i remember signing a condolescy book while i was away
29th Aug 2012
We were in Colwyn Bay at a friends house and got up on Sunday morning to hear the news.
Phone call from friends in Australia they heard before us. Utter shock and sadness.then the funeral in London,One day I will never ever forget.Sad Sad Sad. Shelagh Mcintyre
My brother was working at News International, and heard the news as it unfolded, he brought the various papers home, all printed the same night, first print said Diana injured in car crash, last print the News of the World, the header printed in black instead of the usual red, said that she had died, tragic, tragic day for us all
I was at Work on Night shift and followed the news through the whole eventHave photo Of Lady Di Talking to my mum in hospital just before mum died
I remember waking up in France with a hangover and thinking the world (well theUK) had gone mad. The ex wife of prince charles dies ina car crash and the whole country grinds to a halt. Never liked the woman and thought the reactions at the time were way over the top, still do.
I was on holiday at butlins in bognor , We heard the news on the tv. And also it was my husbands birthday , that is how I remember Diana .The memories I have of Diana are seeing her enjoying her holidays with her boys .
The thing I remember most vividly is the pathetic sycophancy of a large portion of the general public.
I was in a nightclub in town (Manchester). Had a late night and found out then. Having owned the exact same model of Mercedes and having driven it through the same tunnel. I found it hard to understand how such a thing could happen.
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