15 years on, Diana remembered in London
LONDON (AFP) - Dozens of bouquets of flowers, posters and cards were left at the gates of Kensington Palace on Friday as Princess Diana was remembered on the 15th anniversary of her death.
Tourists, well-wishers and passers-by took photos and read the tributes at the royal residence in the British capital, Diana's official home from 1981 until her death, just as they had done in far larger numbers 15 years before.
Diana died aged 36 in a car crash in a Paris road tunnel on Aug 31, 1997, alongside her companion Dodi Fayed, triggering an outpouring of grief from much of the British public.
Within hours, a carpet of flowers had begun to spread out in front of the palace and many Britons threw off their reserve and mourned openly.