On August 31, the anniversary of Princess Diana's sudden death, millions of people around the globe mourn the loss of the mother-of-two — which is why some of the public was disgusted to see that Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's Clarence House Instagram account had failed to mention the occasion, and instead, posted photos of their home.
"Thank you for exploring Clarence House with us over the last month.💂 We are looking forward to welcoming you back for a visit soon!" the caption reads on their latest post. "Head to our Clarence House highlight to take the virtual tour with @googleartsculture."
"You could have posted about princess diana 😢😢😢," one commenter wrote, while another asked, "Why post this on this day ?? Rest in peace princess Diana 💔💔."
"Dear Prince Charles, 24 years ago, the mother of the future King, the mother of your two boys...tragically died," another annoyed commenter stated. "Maybe a little word to remember her..."
On the other hand, some people didn't see any fault in their actions, with one person writing, "I would love to visit one day. Thank you for all the great posts!"
Charles and Diana married in 1981 and had two sons together: Prince William and Prince Harry. By 1992, the spouses separated, with the divorce being finalized in 1996. The following year, the Princess of Wales died in a car accident.
To mark the 24th anniversary of her passing, Buckingham Palace is giving the public temporary access to the statue that was recently erected in her honor.
"We acknowledge that there will be interest in viewing the statue on that day, so we will be providing access to the Cradle Walk which is essentially the beautiful walkway around the Sunken Garden," a spokesman for Historic Royal Palaces announced. "We will be opening that up, freely available, for passers-by or anybody who wants to stop and take a moment on that Tuesday, specially for the anniversary."