Princess Diana's final resting place is located on the grounds of Althorp Park, her family home.
Princess Diana's funeral on September 6, 1997, at Westminster Abbey was attended by over one million people.
On the southern verge of the Round Oval sits the Summerhouse, previously in the gardens of Admiralty House, London, and now serving as a memorial to Princess Diana.
The death of Princess Diana has been the subject of widespread conspiracy theories, supported by Mohamed Al-Fayed, whose son died in the accident.
Ironically the hounding of Princess Diana by the press was a contributing factor in her tragic death in a car accident, when her driver sped away from a paparazzi car.
After Diana's death donations that came pouring in were used to start the Princess Diana Memorial Fund administered by her eldest sister, Lady Sarah McCorquodale.
The style "Princess Diana" was always incorrect, though often used by the public and the media.