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Prince Harry reveals his poignant plans for 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's deathPrince Harry has said he wants to create “something that is going to last forever” to mark the 20th anniversary of his mother’s death. The prince said he doesn’t think there are currently any monuments “on the right scale” in the UK in honour of Princess Diana’s memory. He said he and brother William hope to create something fitting for when the milestone anniversary comes round in August 2017. In an interv

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n Orlando, Florida ahead of his Invictus Games for wounded servicemen and women, he told HELLO! magazine: “We want to make sure that there’s something that she’s remembered by and there’s certainly not enough on the right scale in London or anywhere in the UK, that she’s remembered for. Princess Diana with Princes William and Harry on sking holiday in Lech Austria (Image: Kent Gavin) “And I think myself, William and a few other people, we all agree

on that. Something needs to be put in stone or in plac

e as a memory. Lots of people still talk about her. Read more:Princess Dianas final resting place set for 20million makeover “Every single day we still think about her, so it would be very fitting on the 20th anniversary to have something that is going to last forever and is a proper recognition of what she did when she was alive.” Sightseers pay their respects condolences at Althorp (Image: PA) The prince said in a previous interview to promote the Games that he didn’t have many memories of his mother as a child, and he repeated this point to HELLO! and added a lot of the memories he does have are “negative”. He told the magazine: “I said the other day I didn’t have that many memories from my childhood. Let’s not forget, I was 12 years old [when she died]. “And a lot of memories I have from before that were negative memories – of being chased around all over the place. The Temple for Diana at the Round Oval where she is buried. (Image: Alan Williams) “So this thing in Orlando, seeing the photos, triggers certain emotions. “It’s great: I can park those negative memories that

I had as a youngster and try and focus on the good times.” Princess Diana’s final resting plac

e is to get a major overhaul as part of a redesign of her brother’s Althorp Estate. The Oval Lake where Diana was laid to rest in 1997 is undergoing an “ambitious” transformation overseen by Earl Spencer’s wife. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now It will be finished in time for the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death next year. The says the site is “undergoing an extensive redesign to honour her memory.” Earl Spencer had previously been criticised for letting the Oval Lake become overgrown. Mia Tindall plays with dad Mike (Image: Splash) Meanwhile, the royals were at the Badminton Horse Trials. Princess Anne saw daughter Zara compete in the show jumping event. Her ex-rugby player husband Mike Tindall joined the Princess Royal with daughter Mia at the event in Gloucestershire. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now

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