August 31st marked the 22nd anniversary of Princess Diana's tragic death, yet while she was never able to meet her grandchildren, her two sons Prince William and Prince Harry are making sure she's still an important part of their lives.
Both brothers have worked to keep their mother's legacy alive, through their charitable work and in more personal ways, like how they are choosing to raise their children.
And now, in report by Us Weekly, it's been revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are creating a home that celebrates Diana too.
According to a royal insider Harry and Meghan have a photograph of Diana in Archie's nursery at their home Frogmore Cottage, a beautiful aspirational reminder to live life by the late princess' example.
The insider adds Harry still gets "very emotional" when he talks about his mother, sharing: "One of the things that first attracted Harry to Meghan was the way her kindness, determination and strength reminded him so much of his mum."
Last month Prince Harry and Meghan also paid a touching tribute to Diana in an Instagram post which shone a spotlight on a beautiful, inspiration quote she once said.
Sitting on the signature Sussex Royal blue background and under Meghan and Harry's joint monogram read: "Carry out a random act of kindness with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you," with the quote attributed to "Diana, Princess of Wales".
Accompanying the image of the quote was the caption: "Words have the power to inspire, which is why we're happy to share some of our favourite quotes.
"From members of the public to public figures, from teachers and students to young leaders, we begin with a quote from Diana, Princess of Wales."
Just days after Archie's birth Prince Harry travelled to The Netherlands to launch the one-year countdown to the next Invictus Games in The Hague, where he opened up to a fellow military veteran Dennis van der Stroon, who had also lost his mother at a young age.
"I told Harry about my mother and we talked about our shared experience of missing my mum," Dennis told People.
"He said missing a mother is like missing some kind of security, how you need that as a son and it falls away when you lose your mother.
"He said he meets a lot of people in his work who have lost a mother, father, sister, brother or relatives and when he hears their story, as he heard my story, he said he doesn't feel so alone."
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In July Prince William surprised royal fans when he emerged to Kensington Palace to personally thank well-wishers who had gathered to hold a vigil outside the palace, in honour of Princess Diana's birthday.
He spent seven minutes with the small group, who had been there for more than 12 hours, and quietly left when crowds started to gather, saying it was a private visit.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, one of the well-wishers John Loughrey said, "I'm still shaking now. I feel very emotional.
"William told me he knew we'd been coming here for years and thanked us for what we were doing for his mother.
"He said, 'I touched by what you do'… I told him that I pray for his mother every Sunday at Westminster Abbey and he seemed really touched."
In 2017 both William and Harry stepped out on the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death to see the tributes left outside Kensington Palace for their late mother.
The brothers were just 12 and 15 years old when Diana was killed in a car accident in Paris in 1997.
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