It has been two decades since the vehicle accident that killed Princess Diana.
Twenty years after the death of Diana, the Princess of Wales and the first wife of Prince Charles, her two sons - Prince William and Prince Harry - visited a number of places dedicated to their mother.
Diana's auto collided with another vehicle in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris.
One man lit several candles around the Flame of Liberty monument, which stands above the underpass and has become a shrine to the princess.
London-based street artist Pegasus painted a playing card-style portrait of Princess Diana alongside the words, "Queen of people's hearts".
"She changed the royal family forever".
Diana was a woman whose warmth, compassion and empathy for those she met earned her the description the "people's princess".
Xavier Gournmelon, a French firefighter who arrived at the crash scene within three minutes, held Diana's hand as she was in the back of the wrecked auto. Diana, divorced from Prince Charles, with boyfriend Dodi Fayed, in a speeding limo, chased by paparazzi, rammed into a tunnel column. "But people everywhere, not just here in Britain, kept faith with Princess Diana", said Prime Minister Tony Blair earlier. She was in fourth grade when she learned Diana had died.
'At that moment the doctor said she was in cardiac arrest, so we gave her CPR and after 20 seconds she regained consciousness'.
This visit, which was held under the rain, has, according to the statements of Kensington Palace, the permit " to the princes to pay tribute to the work and life of their mother before the 20th anniversary of his death ".
The princes inspected the dozens of bouquets left in front of Kensington Palace.
Sir Elton John led the tributes to Princess Diana on Thursday, marking exactly 20 years since the royal passed away.
In a new documentary, Lady Di's sons, Prince William and Prince Harry also spoke out about the incident, saying they were aware that she was alive after the crash and that the photographers that could have helped her chose to take photos instead.
He said: "There was certainly this opinion this woman that was admired by so many people that she is a bit insane because she is getting near to people that most of us wouldn't speak to and wouldn't go near and so it was incredible the impact she had". "She's never going to be forgotten".