The former residence of Princess Diana becomes a British cultural heritage

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On April 1, 2021, the "English Heritage" (English Heritage, a non-governmental administrative public institution funded by the Department of Culture, Media and Sports of the United Kingdom, which is mainly responsible for the protection of some historical sites, cultural sites, manor buildings, etc. in the UK) is officially announced A plan to hang blue nameplates for six outstanding British women next to six historic buildings, including the blue nameplate of Princess Diana next to the "Happy House".


Coleherne Court No. 60 (Coleherne Court), located in Earl’s Palace and Old Brompton Road in London, may provide many fans of the princess with a new window to get to know her.


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