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People from across the country - with some even travelling from abroad - to add to the sea of flowers laid at the gates of Kensington Palace this morning.
A scene not dissimilar from this day 20 years ago - when, on news of the Princess's death, mourners turned out to pay their respects.
Photos, tributes, cakes and dozens of flower bouquets are still being placed along the golden gates of the palace.
Mike Pearse has spent the day speaking to people at Kensington Palace.
The Princess chose Broadlands near Romsey as her honeymoon location after marrying Princes Charles.
And it was here where they announced their engagement.
Whilst Diana went on a walkabout at the royal estate in Hampshire to meet the masses that had turned out to see her, Sarah Noyce from Fareham was approached had a special encounter with her.
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Joyce Upperton was the Mayoress of Gosport and also Winchester and during her role she managed to cross the path of Princess Diana six times.
She recalls the great impact Diana made on those around her and the excitement created by the prospect of her visits.
One of the pallbearers who escorted Diana's coffin at her funeral has spoken to ITV News Meridian in his first TV interview.
Nigel Enright, from Eastleigh,was a Lance Corporal in the Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment.
He described the moment as 'unreal' and talked of how he just knew he had to volunteer to walk alongside the hearse.
"Who wouldn't be flattered to sit next to the Princess of Wales at a dinner like that?!"
The words of Andrew Freemantle, who was the brigadier of the 1st Battalion, Royal Hampshire Regiment.
He welcomed Diana in her role as Princess Colonel in Chief of the Royal Hampshire Regiment, which later became the Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment.
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Princess Diana spent much time in the south during royal visits and also in her personal life.
She spent a weekend with Princes Charles on a yacht on the Isle of Wight and chose to send her sons to a school in Berkshire.
Diana also attracted crowds wherever she went - Brighton, Kent or Portsmouth.
Sally Simmonds looks back at the time she spent in the ITV News Meridian region.