Princess Diana's most loyal fans gathered outside her former home to mark the eighth anniversary of her death and to revile the woman who succeeded her as the wife of Prince Charles.
Britain's royal family planned no special observances Wednesday. Her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, "will be going about their business as normal," said a spokesman at Clarence House, Prince Charles' official residence. The spokesman declined to be identified, in keeping with royal policy.
Outside Kensington Palace, Diana's home after her divorce from Charles, bouquets of roses, carnations and lilies were placed on the fence by her fans.