Today marks the 10th anniversary of Princess Diana's death. I remember August 31, 1997...it's still hard to remember.
As reported by the BBC, services were held in England to commemorate her death and celebrate her life. Prince Harry led the tribute to his mother and Prince William read from Ephesians the service at Guards' Chapel near Buckingham Palace in London. The Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and other family and friends joined the princes as they remembered their mother. The Bishop of London, Rev. Dr. Richard Chartres, addressed the congregation.
Prince Harry, who was 12 when she died, stated: "When she was alive we completely took for granted her unrivalled love of life, laughter, fun and folly."
Crowds listened in on the service for friends and family outside the Guards' Chapel and joined in the singing of hymns. All around the world people remembered Diana, the People's Princess.