Princess Diana, who died on August 31, 1997 after being involved in a traffic accident, moved to the Althorp Houselocated in Northamptonshire, about a two-hour drive from the city of London.
The property, which was purchased by his family in 1508, still belongs to them. The current owner is Charles Spencerhis brother, who assumed control of the residence, in 1992, after the death of his father.
According to the Express newspaper, the property sits on a 14,000-acre lot, so Diana had more than enough space to have fun with princes Andrew and Edward.
Despite its age, Charles Spencer decided that Althorp House would be his permanent home, so he lives there with his wife, Karen Spencer.
Although today it is closed to the public, for a time it opened its doors, specifically from 2019 to August 2021, which allowed anyone who wanted to appreciate the majesty of what was home to Lady Di.
Diana lived there from 1975 until she married Prince Charles, that is, until July 29, 1981.
Although he lived for only six years in Althorp House, that was not an impediment for his remains to be buried in his gardens, which gives a greater symbolism to that historic site that has been passed down from generation to generation by his family.
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