Diana honored in concert, memorial service

Late Princess paid tribute with celebrity concert for charity

Princes William and Harry have announced a special tribute concert in honor of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. “Concert for Diana” will be held at Wembley Stadium on July 1, 2007, on what would have been the Princess’ 46th birthday.

So far, Elton John, Duran Duran, Andrew Lloyd Weber with the English National Ballet, Joss Stone and Bryan Ferry are to set to appear.

The concert is expected to be televised live worldwide.

Proceeds from the concert will benefit Diana’s favorite charities, as well as Centrepoint and Sentable charities, for which both Princes are patrons.

In addition to the concert, Diana will also be remember in a memorial service on August 31 to mark the date that Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed where killed in the fatal car crash in Paris. Members of the royal family, including Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, will be in attendance.

“The service is going to include both sides of the family, our mother’s side and our father’s side, everyone getting together,” Harry said.

The memorial service will be held in London.