Supporters Acclaim The ‘Exquisite’ Latest Depiction Of Princess Diana’s Ultimate Resting Site

Supporters Acclaim The 'Exquisite' Latest Depiction Of Princess Diana's Ultimate Resting Site

Althorp House, the family residence of Princess Diana, is a picturesque estate located in Northamptonshire, where the late royal resided from the age of 14 alongside her younger brother Charles, who was 11 at the time.

Following her tragic passing in 1997, Charles, now Earl Spencer, ensured her final resting place on a secluded island in the estate’s Oval Lake.

Recently, Adey Greeno, the Conservation Manager of Althorp, shared a fresh glimpse of the surroundings near Diana’s burial site, which was promptly hailed as “beautiful.”

Taking to the social media platform X, the dedicated employee posted an image capturing ducks and geese gracefully swimming in the spring sunshine.

He captioned it: “Ducks and geese on the round oval lake @AlthorpHouse. I saw the first goslings today that have hatched off in the park, they were being led down to the lake by both attentive parent birds.” 

His followers rushed to share their appreciation for the picture, with one writing: “What a beautiful, peaceful place. Thank you for working to make it even better.” Others agreed, adding: “What a lovely pic… so tranquil,” and: “Diana has the most beautiful resting place.” 

Since assuming ownership of the estate, the Earl has been diligently involved in its restoration, regularly providing updates alongside his wife Karen on the historic house and its grounds. In a recent revelation, the Countess disclosed that they had unearthed the footings of a former boat house beneath the captivating waters last year.

The mother-of-three admitted: “When I saw it, I wasn’t at all inspired to reinstate it. It looked sort of squat. However… when I saw the beautiful newly discovered picture, I suddenly wanted to put it back!” 

The White Ship author, who has recently released A Very Private School, a poignant memoir detailing his difficult experience at boarding school, took on the role of custodian when he became the 9th Earl Spencer after his father John died in 1992. 

Althorp is set on 13,000 acres in Northamptonshire, 550 of which are the house and gardens. Princess Diana originally wanted to move back to the property after her divorce from King Charles (then Prince Charles) but her brother didn’t allow it due to security concerns. 

The lake is home to Princess Diana’s final resting place

He explained in an interview years later: “Diana had a lovely dream that she could live a normal life afterward. But the one house that she set her heart on in the park [at the family home of Althorp] was three bedrooms and 100 yards from the road. And it was just not possible. 

“The police knew it wouldn’t work. I offered every other property that was suitable on the estate. I really felt it was the right decision for her. But she probably couldn’t see it.” 

At the weekend, the father-of-seven shared a glimpse of the estate that showcased some sweet visitors. Sharing a stunning video, he wrote: “A goose fly-past first thing this morning, over @althorphouse – a wonderfully noisy start to the day.” 

His followers were quick to share their appreciation for the beauty of the clip, including one who declared the scene “Very tranquil and calm.”

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