Princess Diana touched the hearts of millions around the World. She was known for her kindness, her charity work and for being a devoted mother to her two sons.
On 31st August 1997, Diana was fatally injured in a car crash in the Pont de l'Alma road tunnel in Paris.
Start your tour from Harrods, the most well-known shopping mall in the world where memorial to Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed stayed for 13 years.
Afterwards you will explore Harvey Nickols, one of princess Diana favourite shopping malls. Enjoy your walk through tranquil Hyde Park before you would see Princess Diana Memorial Fountain. Walk around the biggest park before you would see huge Kensington Palace, where Diana lived with Charles and their children. Currently it is occupied by Prince William and Kate Middleton, because Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are planning to move to the countryside. Walk to the high street, where you can take a cup of coffee or tea at Princess Diana favourite café. Today it is even named Diana café. Café Diana celebrates the life of Princess Diana and is a tribute to all the good she did in her life. Diana herself was a regular visitor to Café Diana before her death and you can find a signed photo of her hanging in the restaurant.
Princess Diana wanted her children to have childhood like all other kids therefore she could be often seen buying Happy Meal to William and Harry in the local Kensington McDonalds.
See the magnificent flower corner which was adored my Princess Diana and where Meghan Markle buys flowers today. Back when she wrote her lifestyle blog, The Tig, Meghan said Kensington Flower Corner was her favourite place in London to buy flowers. Now she is living just round the corner at Kensington Palace, she’ll still be able to get flowers for the home she and Prince Harry share.
You would also see Whole Foods Market, where the Duchess is a regular visitor
It is located just a short walk away from her home on Kensington High Street. Meghan’s local branch has eight on-site restaurants, a coffee bar, and an array of in-store experts, so the Duchess can do all of her grocery shopping in one place.
In the end of the tour you would see Princess Diana favourite restaurants where she dined with Freddie Mercury and her famous friends.
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In the front of the TopShop, Knightsbridge
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