Remembering their mother on her 20th Death Anniversary, Prince William and Harry prepared to pay a tribute to their late mother, Diana. 

Well-wishers left candles and flowers outside the gates of her former London residence, and stopped to mourn the departed soul.

Handwritten notes on bouquets left in front of Kensington Palace read: “Diana, a brave princess, your sons have your courage” and “Dear Diana, our country was so very lucky to have you”.

“I came 20 years ago with my mother, and my son, who is now 21,” said teaching assistant Stephanie Davinson, 52, after leaving a bouquet.

“I’m doing it for her sons, they´re following in her footsteps, I think there’s a lot of her in them“.

Pictures were left of Diana, her children and grandchildren, while hardcore fans of the princess brought a cake bearing her picture.

“It doesn’t matter now or in say 100 years, it will still be the same kinds of feelings towards her, in a really good way,” said Australian tourist Clint Wilde.

Diana’s untimely death two decades ago had shocked the world.

The life of Diana — a shy, teenage aristocrat who suddenly became the world’s most famous woman — and her tragic death at 36 still captivates millions across the globe.