Wednesday, September 1, 1999 Published at 11:02 GMT 12:02 UK
Calls for Diana memorial in Wales
Diana greets people in Wales - now they want a memorial
The former butler and confidante of Princess Diana has called for Wales to have its own memorial for people to remember her life's work.
Paul Burrell has told BBC Wales Today that two years after the Princess's death, there should by now be a lasting memorial to her.
"She was the people's princess and the people of this country will decide."
Members of the public have been placing flowers and tributes at Llandaff Cathedral where hundreds gathered together to watch her funeral on television.
In London, people at Kensington Palace have called for a permanent memorial to the princess. More than 2,000 have so far signed a petition.
Organiser Jill Marseilles said: "Almost everybody who has been here has signed in support. We don't want anything too expensive or lavish, just a small fountain to remember her by."
The separate Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Fund still has more than £75m invested but does not consider a permanent memorial to the princess to be part of its brief.
He thought a monument to Diana was not the best way to remember her.
"What happens is pigeons sit on them eventually. I think with all things, when you are looking at someone who has passed away your best memories are in your mind."