Dimensions: 17.7 x 26.4 cm
IMS SKU: SCAN-TT-00685625
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POUR LA « PRINCESSE DU PEUPLE »
Le monde entier a rendu un dernier hommage à la princesse de Galles,
samedi 6 septembre 1997, à Londres. Les funérailles de Diana ont
culminé à l'abbaye de Westminster, avec une cérémonie religieuse
précédée par deux heures de défilé du cercueil dans les rues de Londres
où des millions de personnes s'étaient massés. Sur la dernière partie de
son parcours vers Westminster, le cercueil drapé de l'étendard royal a été
accompagné à pied par les deux fils de Diana, les princes William, 15
ans, et Harry, 12 ans, avec à leurs côtés leur père, le prince Charles et le
frère de la princesse, le comte Spencer ainsi que le duc d'Edimbourg.
2.000 invités ont assisté au service religieux: la famille royale au
complet, la mère, le frère et les soeurs de Diana, mais aussi Hillary
Clinton, Bernadette Chirac, Margaret Thetcher, le Premier ministre
Tony Blair et son épouse, Elton John, George Michael, Sting, Luciano
Pavarotti, Tom Cruise et le père de Dodi, Mohammed al-Fayed.
"GOODBYE ENGLAND'S ROSE"
Princess Diana (July 1, 1961 - August 31, 1997)
OVER 1 MILLION ATTEND LONDON
FUNERAL FOR PRINCESS DIANA
The world paid
London. The funeral for the Princess, who died in a car crash in Paris at age 36 on 31
million people lined the streets of the British capital to for the passage of Diana's
coffin into Abbey from her home at Kensington Palace. White lillies had been placed
atop the coffin, which was followed for the last part of the voyage by her sons, Prince
William, 15, Prince Harry, 12, her ex-husband, Prince Charles, the Duke of
Edinburgh and Diana's brother, Charles, the Earl of Spencer. After the rites, the
coffin, carried on a gun carriage and draped with the Royal Standard. was driven for
two miles through the streets of London where mourners waited along the route to pay
homage to Diana on her final journey
a last homage to Diana, Princess of Wales on 6 September 1997 in
7, was held in Westminster Abbey with 2,000 people in attendance. Over
London, 6 September 1997
PHOTOS:NIVIERE/LONDON POOL /SIPA PRESS
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