The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial, consisting of an oval stone ring fountain, is near the Serpentine Gallery, and just South of the Serpentine. The memorial was designed to be inclusive and an interactive play area for children to celebrate the late Diana, Princess of Wales’ generous spirit and love of children. It was opened by The Queen on 6 July 2004, after the death of Diana in a car crash in Paris, 31 August 1997. Known for her charitable work, Diana, Princess of Wales was president or patron of over 100 different charities. She is remembered for her work supporting the homeless, people of disability and sufferers of HIV/Aids. Even after her divorce from Prince Charles, Diana remained a part of the Royal Family joining them on several public occasions. Known as the ‘Peoples Princess,’ one million people visit the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain each year.
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