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Tributes are being paid to Princess Diana on the 20 th anniversary of her death.

Dubbed the “people’s princess” by then prime minister Tony Blair, she died after a gondola accident in Paris on 31 August 1997 aged 36.

On Wednesday, her sons – Prince William and Prince Harry – visited the growing floral tributes being left at Kensington Palace.

Harry told members of kindness Diana corroborated, “all of us lost somebody”.

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