Princess Diana's younger brother has shared a heart-melting summer snap of them both as children as he fondly remembered their bond.
Charles Spencer, 57, shared the cute black and white snap to Twitter of himself dressed in swimming trunks with a young Diana sat beside him in a swimsuit on the edge of what appears to be a paddling pool in the garden.
Captioning the heartfelt post, he wrote: "Some bonds go back a very long way."
The image which was tweeted this morning has over 2,000 likes with over 100 replies from Diana fans offering their condolences for the loss of his sister almost 24 years ago.
Adam Leigh wrote: "A tragic loss. At least you have your memories."
"Such a beautiful photo of a sweet memory," Simone Whipp said.
Bronnie Schlutz added: "Beautiful Diana…Forever young, vivacious, and leaving a loving legacy."
Melanie Hewitt tweeted: "What a beautiful photograph. Unique and universal. A moment in time, like so many of us treasure. Brother and sister, childhood days."
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The news comes as the date fast approaches for what would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday.
The former wife to Prince Charles captured the hearts of millions and became known as the 'Queen of People's Hearts' before her death on August 31, 1997.
This year, a statue is due to be erected to memorialise her legacy on July 1, and is meant to be unveiled by her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.
It is undetermined whether Harry will be attending the ceremony as royal insiders claim he is demanding that his wife Meghan Markle will have some involvement or he won't attend.
However, reports since have claimed he 'absolutely' plans on attending.
The Duke of Sussex and Prince William, 38, were said to have hatched the plan for their mum's statue three years ago, before the current rift in the royal family.
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