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
HYDE PARK MEMORIAL FOUNTAIN Queen Elizabeth unveiled an oval waterway in London's Hyde Park to commemorate Diana in July 2004. "Of course there were difficult times, but memories mellow with the passing of the years," the Queen said, adding that the fountain was a "highly original memorial, which captures something of the essence of a remarkable human being."
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.