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Hundreds of mourners from around the world flocked to Princess Diana's London home to mark the first anniversary of her death in a Paris car crash.

Saturday, they laid flowers, cards and teddy bears against the black and gold gates of Kensington Palace in a poignant reminder of the grief that engulfed a nation and left two young sons mourning their devoted mother.

For the last time this summer, Althorp, the family estate where Diana is buried on an island, is being opened to the public today, the eve of the first anniversary of Diana's death with her companion Dodi Fayed.

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