With the twentieth anniversary of the passing of Diana, Princess of Wales, not far off, her loving sons Princes William and Harry are working behind the scenes to make sure their mum's memory is honoured in a beautiful way.
Next week will mark the 19th anniversary of the sad event, and the boys have been spurred on to get something very special in place by next year. They're working with Historic Royal Palaces to develop a special memorial garden at Kensington Palace – the home they shared with their loving mum throughout their childhoods.
Aware that such an undertaking will take time to properly establish, the boys are feverishly making preparations to get everything in place.
'All I want to do is make my mother incredibly proud,' Prince Harry recently said. 'That’s all I ever wanted to do.'
The boys were aged just 15 and 12 when the much loved royal passed, and we're sure she would be very proud of the men they have become.