LONDON (AP) - The world was stunned 10 years ago today by the
death of Princess Diana in a Paris car crash. Friends and family
will commemorate her life at a memorial service near Buckingham
The media have closely watched to see who's coming to the
ceremony, who's not coming and who wasn't asked. Among those not
invited: Diana's former butler and her former personal secretary.
They both wrote books about her.
Mohamed al Fayed, whose son Dodi Fayed was killed with Diana and their chauffeur, also isn't on
the guest list. He plans his own two minutes of silence at Harrods,
his department store.
Prince Charles' wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, decided
not to go because of criticism from those who blame her for
breaking up his marriage to Diana.