The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pay tribute to Princess Diana with garden visit

The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge pay tribute to the late Princess Diana at the transformed Sunken Garden. (Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth- WPA Pool/Getty Images)

To honor Princess Diana publicly ahead of the 20th anniversary of her death, the Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry visited The Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace with the Duchess on Wednesday morning.

The event, held at the recently redesigned White Garden — a reflective space filled with white roses, lilies, gladioli and cosmos, taking after a tradition stemming from Sissinghurst Castle — included guests representing many charities that had The Princess as Patron who shared stories with the young royals about her work and lasting impact.

The three members of the royal family are seemingly inspired by Diana’s sense of style. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
Gardener Sean Harkin presents The White Garden, along with Graham Dillamore, who worked with the Princess at the palace over 30 years ago. (Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth- WPA Pool/Getty Images)

William, Kate, and Harry stepped out in style for the event despite the rain, with Kate Middleton wearing a floral-printed frock by Prada with a bow detail at the neck. Her nude pumps coordinated her look with husband Prince William’s who closely matched ensembles with brother Prince Harry.

Following their moments in The White Garden, their royal highnesses made their way to the front of the palace to see the numerous people who made their way to Kensington Palace to pay tribute to Princess Diana.

The White Garden will remain open throughout September, providing further opportunities for the family to reflect on the beautiful life lost 20 years ago.

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