The best memorabilia to remember Princess Diana by

The must-have book

Described as “not a book on Diana” but “the book” by the Sunday Times, ‘The Diana Chronicles’ is a must for those wanting to find out more about the late Princess of Wales. And in celebration of the 20th anniversary, a commemorative edition is now available.
Waterstones, £8.99

Wear your tribute to the late Princess of Wales

Princess Diana was famed for her awe-inspiring jewellery box. And this year, it’s possible to purchase faux sapphire earrings in tribute to her favourite Saudi Sapphire Set.
Historic Royal Palaces, £14.99

Grow your own White Garden

In order to commemorate Princess Diana’s life 20 years after her untimely death, 12,000 of her favourite flowers have been hand-planted in the grounds of her former residence, Kensington Palace. Now open to the public, the White Garden is inspired by her famous ‘Elvis’ Catherine Walker dress.
And now, you can purchase seeds which will blossom into Diana’s favourite flowers in your garden.
Historic Royal Palaces, £9.99

Keep your royal possessions in a trinket box

Adorned with symbols associated with the late royal’s time spent at Kensington Palace, this bone china trinket box is the perfect gift for those fascinated by the life of Princess Diana.
Historic Royal Palaces, £29.99

The exhibition of the year

To commemorate 20 years since the untimely death of Princess Diana, Kensington Palace has played host to a new exhibition titled, ‘Diana: Her Fashion Story’. Haven’t had a chance to visit? This book gives readers the opportunity to learn about 25 of her most famous dresses and features over 80 illustrations.
Historic Royal Palaces, £7.99

Don the Spencer heirloom

The Spencer Tiara was a firm favourite of Princess Diana’s. First given to her grandmother Viscountess Althorp in 1919, it has been a family heirloom ever since. Diana even chose to wear the dainty crown on her wedding day in 1981 just as her sisters did. The Spencer Tiara is adorned with diamonds and tulip-shaped designs. And royal fans can now purchase a ring inspired by the famous royal accessory.
Historic Royal Palaces, £50

A nostalgic touch

Etsy is undoubtedly the best place to source nostaglic pieces from Princess Diana’s past. Avid royal fans will be pleased to learn that official programs from the royal wedding of 1981 are available to purchase.
Etsy, £44

Throw a tea party fit for the Queen

Invest in a bone china mug made in commemoration of the Princess of Wales.
Royal Historic Palaces, £24.99

Read about Diana’s life and legacy

Royal fans looking to learn more about the late Princess of Wales should invest in the commemorative edition of ‘Diana: The People’s Princess’. Written by former royal correspondent Nicholas Owen, the book explores Diana’s life from her remarkable charity work to the way in which her sons plan to continue her legacy.
Historic Royal Palaces, £20

Throw a tea party fit for the Queen

Invest in fine bone china tea accessories which feature a cameo portrait of Princess Diana and symbols of her most cherished memories from Kensington Palace.
Historic Royal Palaces, £75

Bring the White Garden home

If you haven’t had chance to visit the White Garden yet don’t worry, as you can purchase a bar of soap which boasts scents of freesia, lily of the valley and rose – all of which are found in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Historic Royal Palaces, £9.99

Wear a tribute to the late Princess of Wales

This square silk scarf features a symbolic montage of Princess Diana’s most cherished things. From the rose gardens of Kensington Palace to the famous gold gates.
Historic Royal Palaces, £95

Light a candle in remembrance

This bone china candle is inspired by the famous gold gates at Kensington Palace. When lit, the dainty ornament will emit a fresh lemon scent.
Historic Royal Palaces, £55

The commemorative coin

Designed exclusively for Kensington Palace, this commemorative 22 carat gold plated coin is a brilliant keepsake for those wishing to build a collection in memory of Princess Diana.
Historic Royal Palaces, £6.99

Throw a royal dinner party

Tradtionally made in Staffordshire, this bone china plate is a must for those wishing to build a collection inspired by Princess Diana.
Royal Historic Palaces, £29.99

The biography

‘Diana: In Her Own Words’ made headlines around the world when it was first released. And now, a 25th anniversary edition is available to purchase. With a new introduction by Andrew Morton and never-before-published material from the original taped interviews, this is a must-read for royal fans.
Waterstones, £15.99

Enjoy the scents of the White Garden

This candle boasts scents found in the Sunken Garden, one of Princess Diana’s favourite spots in Kensington Palace. When lit, the candle will emit scents from flowers including the Lily of Valley and roses.
Royal Historical Palaces, £34.99

Update your jewellery Diana-style

The blue sapphire brooch given to Princess Diana by the late Queen Mother is undoubtedly one of the most famous pieces in her jewellery box. And it’s proof that the Princess of Wales had sartorial flair, as she wasn’t afraid to transform the historical piece into a necklace strung together by layers of dainty pearls. You can purchase a necklace inspired by the famous accessory from the Historic Royal Palaces website. With a Swarovski stone, this truly is the best place to find jewels inspired by the late Princess of Wales.
Historic Royal Palaces, £150

The coffee table book

Just five months before her tragic death in August 1997, Princess Diana was photographed for her final portrait session photographed by Mario Testino for Vanity Fair. This book pulls together the most iconic images from the shoot in one beautiful read.
Amazon, £239.77

Written by Danielle Fowler

Today marks 20 years since the untimely death of Princess Diana, one of the most influential women in history.

Renowned for her down-to-earth mannerisms and innate ability to connect with everyone regardless of race, age, gender and sexuality, it comes as no surprise that she was given the title of the “People’s Princess”.

Diana dedicated much of her time to working tirelessly for charities including The National Aids Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Centrepoint, concentrating on breaking the stigma around life-threatening illnesses.

And in order to do so, the Princess of Wales wasn’t afraid to break royal protocol. Whether it meant shunning gloves to shake the hands of HIV patients or removing her hat to hug children as she visited them in hospital, Diana truly lived up to her hopes of becoming a “Queen of People’s Hearts”.

And the late Princess of Wales will also remembered for her doting motherly role to sons Prince William and Prince Harry, who continue her legacy through similar charity work.

So as the nation marks the 20th anniversary of her tragic death, take a look at the charming memorabilia designed to celebrate the late royal’s remarkable life.

From official programs of her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981 to commemorative coins, these are the best pieces of Princess Diana memorabilia on offer.

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