Prince William and Prince Harry paid tribute to their mother, Princess Diana today on the eve of the 20th anniversary of her death.
With The Duchess of Cambridge, they visited The Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace which has been transformed into a special White Garden dedicated to the late Princess.
Kate wore a new floral print dress by Prada for the occasion. Huge thanks to @HeavenQRF on Twitter for the speedy ID.
Crafted from lightweight silk in saturated shades of green and orange, the poppy-printed piece has distinct vintage styling including a smocked waistband and pussybow neck tie. The £1,420 silk-crepe dress is currently available at Matches Fashion and My Theresa.
Kate coordinated the frock with her Monica Vinader Siren Wire Earrings and LK Bennett Fern Trench Leather Pumps.
White Gardens follow a tradition first established at Sissinghurst, to create peaceful and contemplative spaces where visitors can reflect. The garden has been open since spring, and will continue into September. The garden at Diana's former home is filled with white flowers and foliage and was inspired by memories of her life, style and image, such as her white "Elvis" Catherine Walker dress. It features white roses, scented narcissi and a carpet of forget-me-nots around the existing Sunken Garden, of which the Princess was particularly fond.
The royal trio received a tour by the current head gardener Sean Harkin, who designed the display, as well as by Graham Dillamore, who knew Diana during the years he worked as a gardener at Kensington Palace.
Following the tour, their Royal Highnesses met with representatives of some of the charities who had The Princess as Patron, including The Leprosy Mission, the National Aids Trust and the English National Ballet.
The princes took a moment to look at the flowers, pictures and memorabilia people left outside of Kensington Palace in honour of Diana and thanked people who visited the site to remember their mother.
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