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Instead, this year’s anniversary will see admirers focus on Kensington Palace, in scenes likely to bring back memories for the Duke and Prince on their doorstep.
They have recently spoken candidly about the week following their mother’s death, in which they stepped outside the palace to see flowers, read cards and meet fans at the ages of 15 and 12.
Speaking as part of a BBC documentary, due to be broadcast on Sunday, Prince Harry recalled returning home from Balmoral to find “what seemed like hundreds of thousands of flowers scattered from the gates of Kensington Palace all the way down to Kensington High Street”.
“I remember people screaming, people crying,” he said. “I remember people’s hands wet because of the tears they’d just wiped away from their face.
“Looking at us then we must have been in just this state of shock.” The Duke added: “What was very peculiar but obviously incredibly touching was everybody crying.
“The wailing and the crying and people wanting to touch us…again I was 15 and Harry was 12. It was like nothing you can really describe, it was very unusual.”
This time, as seasoned working members of the Royal Family and mental health campaigners, the brothers will seize control of their own public appearances to commemorate their mother.
Although they have not confirmed a walkabout at the makeshift Kensington Palace gate memorial, they will attend a reception on Wednesday to celebrate Diana’s charity work in the White Garden built for her.