It's been 19 years since Princess Diana's untimely death but her sons are making sure her legacy lives on.
From charity work to travel and of course, the beautiful tribute in Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge's name - Prince William, 33, and his younger brother Prince Harry, 30, have gone to great lengths to preserve their mother's memory.
Speaking of his immeasurable grief, William once mused: "Initially, there is a sense of profound shock and disbelief that this could ever happen to you. Real grief often does not hit home until much later. For many it is a grief never entirely lost."
"Life is altered as you know it, and not a day goes past without you thinking about the one you have lost."
But the sons of the late Princess of Wales use their mother's memory to keep them going. In 2007, the aptly named Concert For Diana at London's Wembley Stadium was a huge success. All the proceeds from the gig went to a variety of charities including the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, Sentebale and Centrepoint.
"We always wanted to do something for her, and we wanted to mark it in a specifically special way. We didn't want to have just a memorial service. We wanted to have a concert for her life and energy and all things that we thought she brought. And so this was sort of the best way of doing it, and we wanted to make the concert a bit more sort of edgy with the dance side of things as well," William said at the time.
Click through the gallery to find out all the ways the supportive royal brothers are keeping Diana's memory alive!