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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

Media ID 21516878

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In this photo print, we witness a momentous occasion as Diana, Princess of Wales is bestowed with the first rose named in her honor. The image captures the princess's radiant smile and genuine appreciation as she graciously accepts this meaningful gift at the British Lung Foundation offices in Hatton Garden, London. This extraordinary event holds great significance beyond its aesthetic beauty. The introduction of this exquisite rose aims to generate substantial funds for vital research into lung diseases. With its public debut scheduled for next month's prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, it is anticipated that sales of this remarkable flower will raise thousands of pounds towards advancing medical breakthroughs. Taken on the 21st of April in 1997, during the vibrant era of the 1990s, this photograph encapsulates not only Diana's enduring charm but also her unwavering commitment to philanthropy. As a member of the revered House of Windsor and an emblematic figure worldwide, Princess Diana used her platform to champion numerous causes close to her heart. Gavin Kent masterfully captures both elegance and historical importance within his lens. This snapshot immortalizes a cherished moment where royalty intersects with nature's delicate beauty—a testament to Diana's lasting legacy as an advocate for change and compassion.

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