Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Home > Europe > United Kingdom > England > London > Events > Chelsea Flower Show

Diana, Princess of Wales is presented with the first rose to be named after her at

Diana, Princess of Wales is presented with the first rose to be named after her at


Photo Prints
Jigsaw Puzzles
Poster Prints
Canvas Prints
Fine Art Prints
Metal Prints
Cards
Home Decor


We accept all major credit cards

Memory Lane Prints

Wall Art and Photo Gifts from Memory Lane

Diana, Princess of Wales is presented with the first rose to be named after her at

Diana, Princess of Wales is presented with the first rose to be named after her at the British Lung Foundation offices in Hatton Garden, London.
It is hoped that sales of the rose, which goes on public display for the first time at the Chelsea Flower Show next month, will raise thousands of pounds for research into lung diseases.
21st April 1997

Gavin Kent
mirrorpix
London
Greater London
England
WA*593630

Media ID 21515724

© Mirrorpix

Diana Princess Of Wales Flowers Gifts House Of Windsor Princesses Princess Diana


FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Arts > Artists > P > D.J. Pound

> Europe > United Kingdom > England > London > Boroughs > Kensington and Chelsea

> Europe > United Kingdom > England > London > Events > Chelsea Flower Show

> Europe > United Kingdom > England > London > Royalty

> Europe > United Kingdom > England > London > Towns > Chelsea

> Europe > United Kingdom > England > London > Towns > Hatton

> Memory Lane Prints > Mirror > 0100to0199 > 00152


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this photo print, we witness the iconic Diana, Princess of Wales being presented with a significant honor - the first rose to be named after her. The momentous occasion took place at the British Lung Foundation offices in Hatton Garden, London. The photograph captures Princess Diana's radiant smile as she graciously accepts this remarkable gift. This gesture not only pays tribute to her grace and elegance but also serves a noble cause. The sale of these exquisite roses is anticipated to generate substantial funds for vital research into lung diseases. As we delve into the historical context, we are transported back to 21st April 1997, a time when Princess Diana was revered worldwide for her compassion and philanthropic efforts. Her involvement in charitable causes touched countless lives and inspired many. This image symbolizes both beauty and benevolence as it showcases one of Britain's most beloved princesses surrounded by vibrant flowers. It reminds us of the enduring legacy left behind by Princess Diana - a woman who used her position of influence to make a positive impact on society. Gavin Kent's masterful capture immortalizes this poignant moment forever, allowing us to reflect upon the profound significance that flowers can hold within our lives and communities.

MADE IN AUSTRALIA
Safe Shipping with 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

FREE PERSONALISATION*
We are proud to offer a range of customisation features including Personalised Captions, Color Filters and Picture Zoom Tools

SECURE PAYMENTS
We happily accept a wide range of payment options so you can pay for the things you need in the way that is most convenient for you

* Options may vary by product and licensing agreement. Zoomed Pictures can be adjusted in the Cart.



redeem
Beautiful Photo Prints and Gifts
image
Professionally Printed
thumb_up
Professional quality finish
diamond
Made with high-grade materials
inventory_2
Carefully packed to aid safe arrival



Related Images


HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, in Paris, France
HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, in Paris, France
Diana, Princess of Wales, walking past a guardsman as she attends the Old Comrades Parade
Diana, Princess of Wales, walking past a guardsman as she attends the Old Comrades Parade
Prince and Princess Of Wales Overseas Official visit to Hungary
Prince and Princess Of Wales Overseas Official visit to Hungary
HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, tours the Guinness Estate in Mansell Street
HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, tours the Guinness Estate in Mansell Street
HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, with her husband Prince Charles arrive at The
HRH The Princess of Wales, Princess Diana, with her husband Prince Charles arrive at The
Pince-Nez Spectacles
Pince-Nez Spectacles
Apricot call duck. Modern Apricot call ducks have a blue gene and when only a single gene is present they are blue, but when two blue genes occur they become apricot - or buff Part of a collection of specialised ducks
Apricot call duck. Modern Apricot call ducks have a blue gene and when only a single gene is present they are blue, but when two blue genes occur they become apricot - or buff Part of a collection of specialised ducks
On the deck of a warship, Hands to Dance and Skylark, 1889
On the deck of a warship, Hands to Dance and Skylark, 1889
The Duke and Duchess of Kent and children
The Duke and Duchess of Kent and children
Sport / Boules
Sport / Boules
Marshal Philippe Petain, French army officer and diplomat
Marshal Philippe Petain, French army officer and diplomat
HRH Queen Elizabeth II
HRH Queen Elizabeth II

+

Shipping

+

Choices

+

Reviews

+

Guaranteed




Related Collections


D.J. Pound
D.J. Pound
Browse 2,210 Prints
Kensington and Chelsea
Kensington and Chelsea
Browse 4,164 Prints
Chelsea
Chelsea
Browse 2,091 Prints
Hatton
Hatton
Browse 97 Prints
Royalty
Royalty
Browse 38,010 Prints
Chelsea Flower Show
Chelsea Flower Show
Browse 43 Prints
00152
00152
Browse 718 Prints