From now until mid-May you can have access to the breath taking ‘White Garden’, garden of 12,000 flowers planted in memory of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace.
As from the name the predominant colour of the flowers is white to celebrate Diana’s ‘elegance, vivacity and style’. The overall effect is very peaceful but also very joyful!
Here some photos:
The White Garden is free to the public and for sure worth a visit during a nice sunny afternoon.
Once you are there you can also visit the new “Diana – Her fashion story” exhibition at the Kensington Palace open now until 2018.
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