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02 July 2017

Royal fans pay tribute to Princess Diana at Kensington Palace on what would have been her 56th birthday

 

ROYAL watchers yesterday paid tribute to Princess Diana on what would have been her 56th birthday.

Fans bedecked the gates of Kensington Palace, her former London home, with flags, remembrance cards and pics from her life.

Royal fans paid tribute to Princess Diana at Kensington Palace yesterday

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Royal fans paid tribute to Princess Diana at Kensington Palace yesterday[/caption]

Fans turned up to the Palace with patriotic clothing

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Fans turned up to the Palace with patriotic clothing[/caption]

One man held a giant heart balloon wishing her Happy Birthday.

It came as sons, princes William, 35, and Harry, 32, joined a family ceremony to re-dedicate her grave.

Diana is buried on an island in a lake at the Spencer family’s estate at Althorp, Northants.

She died almost 20 years ago in Paris.

Royal fans decorate the gates of Kensington Palace

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Royal fans decorate the gates of Kensington Palace[/caption]

Princess Diana was born on 1 July 1961

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Princess Diana was born on 1 July 1961[/caption]

This year marks twenty years since her death

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This year marks twenty years since her death[/caption]

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Dedicated fans stood outside the gates of the Palace

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Dedicated fans stood outside the gates of the Palace[/caption]

A man holds a balloon outside Kensington Palace

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A man holds a balloon outside Kensington Palace[/caption]

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