To mark the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death last summer, a temporary garden opened at the late royal’s former London home. The floral display, which included white roses, was set in Kensington Palace’s sunken garden.
Around the reflective pond, large terracotta pots were filled with white roses. Named the “White Garden,” William and Harry were involved in the project to honor their mother.
Harry and Meghan’s wedding flowers will also include peonies — the royal bride-to-be’s favorite flower. When the couple first began dating, Meghan coincidentally received several deliveries of her favorite flower and posted photos to her now-deleted Instagram account. She captioned one of the first photos, “Swooning over these,” with the hashtag, #spoiledrotten.
The White Garden at Kensington Palace
Harry, Kate and William at the opening of the White Garden at Kensington Palace
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