NEVER FORGOTEN: OPENING A GARDEN IN HER MEMORY

Kensington Palace is opening a beautiful garden of white tulips, white narcissi and forget-me-nots in memory of 20 years from the death of Princess Diana of Walsh.

The garden is at Diana’s former home at Kensington Palace, where her son’s William and Harry have apartments.

The white flowers are inspired by Diana’s life, style and image, such as her white “Elvis” Catherine Walker dress , currently on display inside Kensington Palace.

The White Garden was previously named the Sunken Garden.

 

The White Garden can be viewed from a public walkway and will be at it’s best for visitors until September.