Royal fans react to new eerie photos of Princess Diana’s final resting place
New photos of Princess Diana’s final resting place made royal fans go into a frenzy as the late royal’s brother’s wife, Karen Spencer, gave a new glimpse of the area.
The eerily beautiful snaps, which were shared on Instagram on Monday, show the Round Oval shrouded in mist as Charles Spencer’s wife took a morning stroll on the grounds.
A video accompanying the post shows the serene scenery and the pathways glittering in frost in the English countryside.
Mrs Spencer captioned the moving post: “The Round Oval looking rather magical in the mist this morning.”
Her followers were quick to jump on the hype bandwagon with one saying: “Your husband chose the very best resting place for Diana. A place of beauty and silence” while another one added: “The perfect, most beautiful resting place for a princess. Diana was so loved.”
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A third follower commented: “Just elegant, peaceful and serene, fit for a princess, our princess….Diana forevermore.”
The late Princess of Wales was laid to rest on a small island in the ornamental lake known as The Round Oval, which is located within Althorp Park’s gardens.
Leading to the Oval is a path, which consists of thirty-six oak trees, marking each year of her life.
Originally, Prince William and Prince Harry’s mother was meant to get buried in the Spencer family vault, however, the plan was rejected over safety concerns.
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Princess Diana’s funeral took place on September 6 1997 in a ceremony attended by 2,000 people and watched by another 2.5 billion worldwide.
The official ceremony was held at Westminster Abbey in London and finished at the resting place in Althorp.
In his memoir, Spare, Prince Harry wrote that there was “absolutely no way” he would have let William walk behind their mother’s coffin alone.
He said: “There’s absolutely no way that I would let him do that by himself. And there’s absolutely no way that he would let me do that by myself. It was if it was role reversal.”
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