People have paid their respects to Princess Diana by holding a vigil outside Kensington Palace on the 19th anniversary of her death.
The People’s Princess was killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31 in 1997, and today dozens of mourners laid flowers at the gates of Kensington Palace, in west London in her memory.
One group of 10 mourners have been outside the palace since 5:30am, set up a small shrine to Princess Diana with pictures, union flags, flowers and messages.
Diana fan, Julie Cain, 53, travelled all the way from Newcastle. She said: “I arrived here last night and got here about 12.30am and then we all arrived here at about 5:30am to set up the flowers and flags.
“I have always had an affinity with the Royal Family and Princess Diana.”