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|Double Dose of Diana|
- Ten-year anniversary of Princess's death see two big memorial events
PRINCESS DIANA is remembered this weekend in two events happening at opposite ends of London.
It's nearly ten years since Diana's death and her sons, Prince William and Harry, have helped organise a tribute concert at the Tower of London, with some of the most famous acts in music turning out in front of thousands of lucky ticket winners and millions of TV fans.
Among the stars taking part in the concert, to be shown on BBCTV, are Joss Stone, Take That, Lily Allen, Kanye West, Sir Elton John and Duran Duran.
Meanwhile, over in west London, at Kensington Palace, Diana's former home, there's the Diana: a Princess Remembered exhibition, which starts on Saturday, 30 June and runs through until next year.
It's an audio-visual exploration of Diana’s life, using film clips, TV interviews and collections of stunning photographs, including some by Mario Testino, one of which is featured here.
More info on the exhibition here
LondonNet’s Diana Memorial pages are here
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