Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, and Prince Charles chose to spend the significant day with the Queen and Prince Philip at Balmoral.
The royals appeared to be in a reflective mood as they left the estate in a convoy of Land Rovers earlier today, accompanied by their aides.
Meanwhile, crowds gathered at Kensington Palace to mourn Diana’s death twenty years on, leaving masses of floral tributes at her former home.
Throughout the day, the sea of tributes has grown proving that the influence of the woman dubbed ‘the People’s Princess’ is as strong as ever on the 20th anniversary of her death.
Some people were seen breaking down in tears as they remembered the late royal outside her former home.
On Wednesday, Prince William and Harry paid tribute to their mother by visiting the White Garden memorial at Kensington Palace.
The pair also looked at the floral tributes and pictures left at the gates of her former home, as well as speaking to well-wishers gathered there.
On Wednesday, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry paid tribute to their mother, looking at the flowers and pictures left at the gates of her former home.