Only 6 percent of Britons are planning to observe Monday's anniversary of Princess Diana's death, according to a poll published Friday that suggests the intense national mourning may be ending.
The findings appear to confirm suggestions that many people are suffering from "Diana fatigue," according to the Daily Telegraph, which commissioned the poll.
More than two-thirds of those polled said they believe that marking Monday's anniversary of Diana's death should be an individual choice, not a national occasion.
The Telegraph said the results indicate that the period of deep national mourning is over.
Princess Diana, 36, died Aug. 31, 1997, from injuries suffered in a Paris car crash that also killed her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed.