Britain is remembering Princess Diana – the “people’s princess” - who was killed in a car crash 15 years ago.
Hundreds of Britons and guests will attend a remembrance ceremony near Kensington Palace, the late Princess’s London residence.
Even though the palace is hosting no remembrance events, it is currently housing a display of outfits from the Princess’s private collection.
Princess Diana died after a car in which she was travelling alongside her companion Dodi Fayed, then crashed into one of the support beams of a Parisian road tunnel on August 31, 1997.
All passengers, including the driver, were killed in the crash.