touching keepsakes from princess diana’s life – including cards signed by prince william and bro harry – to go on sale - silver necklace set
Princess Diana's souvenirs, including Christmas cards written by her son, are being auctioned.
Two notes written by royal members as children were Christmas greetings to Princess Diana's driver, "Steve," and Harry carefully colored the front.
They were auctioned in the United States with many personal belongings belonging to Diana, who died 20 years ago this week with her lover, Dodi Fayed.
One of the most striking is a picture of the Princess, which is a deeply poignant message she wrote shortly before the Paris car accident.
This photo was taken by the famous snapper Mario Testino in an iconic shot, and she saw Di show her heartfelt feelings to the photographer, saying: "The real me,Enjoy”.
Before the £ 1997 cocktail and evening dress sale, a cheeky note was sent to another friend.
3 million warning: "Be careful to cross the dresser! ”Diana’s hand-
The French vocabulary book she wrote when she finished her studies in Switzerland will also be auctioned for £ 7750.
It includes a page with a "rebellious" translation.
A Marks & Spencer White cable knit sweater worn by the future princess in her teens is expected to receive £ 6,200-while a silver necklace with her school-age letter D may earn £ 1,550.
There is also an example where former Diana Spencer wrote her name on the cover of her "the story of Beatrice Potter" very early, and she signed it in red.
The guidance prices for Harry and William card are 1,550, while those for Harry and William card are 1,550.
It is predicted that Diana's cheeky note is priced at £ 1,930, while the guide for the Testino photo with her emotional message costs £ 3,875.
The most expensive item in the auction is a jewellery night pack, which is expected to sell for £ 11,600, while her personal perfume bottle, the initialled DS, is expected to sell for £ 2,325.
Bobby Livingston, executive vice president of RR Auction, which held an auction in Boston this month, said: "From our investigation, we know that William and Harry's cards are the result of Diana's due diligence mother.
"What she cares about is that her sons take pains to be polite with letters and friendly gestures.
"Americans are still very fascinated by Diana, so many people here still feel connected with her.
"When you look at the photos of Tesino and her words, it's heartbreaking to immerse yourself in the tragedy that's coming for her.