Charles Spencer, Princess Diana’s brother, remembered William and Harry’s mother with a touching photo to commemorate All Souls’ Day.
Every November 2, several countries around the world celebrate the date that, among other things, is used to honor the memory of those loved ones who are no longer on this plane.
Count Spencer, whenever he can, remembers his beloved sister who died 25 years ago in a fatal car accident in Paris, France.
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Charles, 58, posted a tender photo as a tribute to the one who was his older sister. The snapshot shows him, the princess and her father John Spencer.
“Today is All Souls Day – when it’s customary to remember the souls of those you love, who’ve departed: it is known in some parts of the world as the Day of the Dead. A deeply poignant photograph for me from the summer of 1989, when there was a party at Althorp to mark my father’s 65th birthday earlier that year”, he wrote at the bottom of the post.
Lady Di’s father was seated between his two youngest sons. The father and son looked dapper in tuxedos, while the Princess of Wales shone in a one-shoulder champagne-colored evening gown.
A few days ago the earl also remembered his sister by posting an image of the temple in honor of remembered Lady Di.
“Beautiful autumn colours in the grounds of @althorphouse today. This temple, now dedicated to my late sister’s memory, was originally commissioned by our ancestor George John Spencer. He was in charge of the Royal Navy in the early part of the Napoleonic Wars. In 1798 initial reports from Egypt said the British fleet had been destroyed in a crucial battle by the French. George John fainted with shock. When the true version of the Battle of the Nile followed, outlining what was an astonishing victory by Nelson over the French, George John had this structure built – in thanks to God. It overlooks the Round Oval lake at Althorp and has become the place where kind visitors like to leave flowers in memory of Diana”, was the comment on the post.
Althorp is also the resting place of the princess’s remains. After her death, the mother of Princes William and Harry was buried on the island in the center of the ornamental lake known as The Round Oval within the Althorp Park Pleasure Garden.
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