This year marks the 22nd "anniversary" of the death of the one who became known as "The People's Princess" and in honor of her mother, princes Harry and William made the decision to open the house where Lady Di grew up with her siblings.
Althorp, as it is known, can then be visited between 12h and 17h from the month of July this year. Her special spaces and the Northamptonshire gardens where Diana spent her childhood and adolescence before meeting and marrying Prince Charles will be open for all to know.
Until then, the visitation was allowed exclusively to the exhibitions and some rooms. But from the middle of the year, fans of British royalty will also be able to see the princess's room closely, for example.
It is worth saying that certain spaces will remain protected and can not be seen, since the property is private and still belongs to his two younger brothers, Charles and Spencer. The tomb where Diana of Wales is buried, for example, remains reserved.