Princess Diana of England was buried at the Spencer-family estate, Althorp, in North Hampshire in 1997. Now she appears to be the Lady of the Lake as her remains reside on Round Oval island, a small island (populated with four black swans) on the family property
Princess Diana 1961-1997 At Althorp, the Spencer Family Estate. Her final resting place is said to be on an island in the center of a lake called Round Oval. No visitors are allowed on the island itself.
May 15, 1992: HRH Diana, Princess of Wales visited a war grave in the desert and laid a wreath in memory of British and Commonwealth troops who died in the Second World War campaign which led to the victory of El Alamein in 1942.