Diana has dominated the royal summer and with just a day to go until the 20th anniversary of her death, flowers and tributes are already being laid at Kensington Palace. The gates of her London home were the focal point for national grief in 1997. Today, they are filled again with fond memories of a princess gone but not forgotten.
The posters and banners have been hanging there for several days now with a steady stream of flowers joining them as people start to make their way to Kensington.
Already, room on the main gates is running out and tributes are appearing on the smaller side fences that flank them.
Kensington Palace has again been the focal point for remembering Diana. The exhibition of her dresses that tells her story through her love of fashion has been running since early this year while the White Garden planted in her memory is in full bloom.
Later today, Prince William and Prince Harry will visit the garden in a public tribute to their mother. It's the only time we will see them during the actual 20th anniversary - understandably, the day itself will be spent privately. But the flowers will keep on coming as Kensington Palace, which was carpeted in flowers in the days after Diana's death, once again becomes a place to remember. Twenty years on, Diana remains a beloved royal.