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AT LAST YOU'VE FOUND PEACE AT LAST.

May Diana and Dodi now rest in peace. We have lost the true queen of the people. I hope she will shine on through her sons, William and Harry.

Sharon, 27 and TJ Larmour 8, Scotstoun, Glasgow.

DIANA was the Queen of Hearts and my heart is with her two sons.

Claire and Donald Cameron, Kiltarlity, Nr Inverness.

FROM an egg to a gangly duckling

From a duckling to an elegant swan

From a swan, now an angel with Dodi

Your memory for ever lives on.

RIP Diana

Penman family, Chryston.

SHE'S our Princess of Wales and Queen of Hearts. May she rest in peace with God where she'll be protected.

Che Kin Lee, 15, Glasgow.

THE crown you were deprived on earth awaits you in a higher place.

Chris Thompson,

Giffnock, Glasgow.

OUR thoughts are with Princes Harry and William.

Mrs McCool, 34,

Barrhead, Renfrewshire.

DIANA, you touched all our lives and you really were our Princess. You will live in our hearts forever. God bless you and I pray for your two sons, William and Harry.

Ann Hamilton, Coatbridge.

THE world will wait a long time before we have somebody like Diana again. Born to be an angel, may she rest in peace.

Betty Buchan, Cove, Helensburgh.

I HOPE that Diana's lovely sons get the care and love that my grandson got when he lost his mother when she 23.

Lynn Nixon, 55, Kent.

DIANA, you came to us a bud, but you blossomed as a lovely flower. You left behind two sons so that your love will last forever.

Mrs Linda Ross, 48, Cumbernauld.

I HOPE Diana finds the happiness she deserves in Heaven that she should have received on earth.

Tricia Harrison, 55, Broxburn.

MAY you get the peace in Heaven that you didn't get on earth. God has a special angel now.

Cheryl Auld, 27, Darvel, Ayrshire.

OUR deepest thoughts are with William and Harry.

Martin 9, Craig 10,

Alan 13, Cambuslang.

I MET Diana when she visited Easterhouse and she was a beautiful person.

Fiona McCallum, 34, Glasgow.

THE only reason that the monarchy survived was because of Diana and hopefully it will live on through her son.

Jim Houston, 35, Motherwell.

SHE found happiness with Dodi and I hope they both rest in peace.

Denise McClintock, 34, Irvine.

THE world grew dimmer the day you died, Diana. The Heavens above became brighter when you arrived. God bless and keep you.

Marie and Jimmy Reddie, Crookston, Glasgow.

DIANA'S bright outlook on life will be sadly missed. My thoughts go to her two sons at this very sad time.

Lorraine Carey, 25, Fraserburgh.

GOD bless you, Diana. You have found peace at last.

Elspeth Miller, 44, Lanark.

DIANA, you can walk in Heaven free from harm. God bless.

Nicholas Couper, 9, Port Glasgow.

DIANA, in my eyes you will always be a true diamond among the stars, shining for ever for your two sons.

Tracy Paxton, 30, Rankinston, Ayr.

DIANA was a very special lady and an angel of mercy. When she is laid to rest she will look down on her two special angels, William and Harry.

Maureen Creaney, 64, Drumchapel, Glasgow.

YOU were on loan to us for a short time Diana and now God has called you home. My thoughts and prayers are with your two boys. God bless.

Joan Parker, 49, Helensburgh.

GOD bless Diana, gone but not forgotten. You're loved by all and you are a true Queen of Hearts.

Helen Cameron, 22, Blantyre.

GOD bless Diana, she was the Queen of Hearts for Scotland and the whole world. Our hearts go out to her sons.

The Timms family, Hamiltonhill, Glasgow.

THE day it rained all over the world is the day you died, Diana. A nation of tears shows just how much you were loved and will be sadly missed. My deepest regret is for the boys you left behind with your love still flowing through their hearts. God bless our gracious Diana.

Fay Heart, Gourock.

THE violins stopped playing, the bows and strings just snapped.

The clock struck four in the middle of a requiem, my heart fell to the floor.

The moon shone down upon the lake,

And there she lay the dying swan, last breath about to take.

No-one there to kiss her brow

The hand of God gently held her soft white neck

Her heart in his hands now.

But who shall heal this broken heart of mine and shall he dry the tears of thine?

John the Bard of Drum.

GOD will hold her in His arms now. He'll also guide and look after those who loved her most especially Princes William and Harry.

Alan Lee, 15,

Glasgow.

DIANA, you were a wonderful, beautiful princess who cared so much for ordinary working people.

Mrs Rougvie, 72,

St Ninians, Stirling.

A BEAUTIFUL angel lent not given

Hopefully now you can rest in heaven. Sadly missed.

Ellen Mitchell, 35, Stonehouse, Lanarkshire.

PRINCESS Diana, you gave all your love to the needy of this world and the Lord loved you so much that he has taken you home to be with him.

Mary McGill, 46, Edinburgh.

WE will miss you Diana, we are all very sad.

As one person said, you were the best Queen we never had.

With a big bright smile and a touch that made people glow. Why you had to leave us the world will never know,

I am sure you are very happy as you always should have been.

Instead of all the tears you shed that people rarely seen.

Now it's time to say good-bye before I cry.

Again I give my thanks to you precious Princess Di.

Ashley, 20, Dundee.

WE have lost the most caring person this world will ever know. God bless you Diana and Dodi. Our thoughts and prayers are now with your boys.

Mother of two,

Bonnyrigg.

THE stars that are up in the sky

I know Diana that you are there

Bright jewel of God's domain

May you rest in peace forever, Amen.

Laura Connelly, 42, Glasgow.

THEY don't have paparazzi in Heaven, but Dodi's there to hold her hand.

Linda Alexander, 32, Glasgow.

A BRIGHT light has gone out on this world to shine in Heaven. The world will be a darker place without Diana.

M. Clark, Arbroath.

YOU may have left us in life, but in memory you will live forever.

R. Sibbald, Galashiels.

A BEAUTIFUL princess fast asleep. Leaves beautiful memories for us to keep.

God bless Wills and Harry.

Susan Cunningham, 37, Arbroath.

I HOPE Diana's memories will live on in the hearts of everybody who loved her.

Claire McCann, 31, Wishaw.

MAY Diana and Dodi both find peace and happiness in paradise.

You will always be loved and missed very much.

Lynette Allan, 39, Aberdeen.

MY thoughts are with William and Harry. And may Diana at long last get her marriage made in Heaven.

Mrs Hamilton, Kincardine.

GOD bless Diana. She was an angel.

Liz, Brian and Nicola, Balloch.

YOUR parting was so sudden, we sit and wonder why. The saddest thing of all is having to say goodbye. God bless William and Harry.

Irene McLennan, Glasgow.

WE'LL miss you Diana, when we need a friend on you we always could depend. Never selfish, always kind, these are the memories you've left behind.

Caroline Addison, Stirling.

AS long as we live we will always be glad and thankful, God, for the princess we had.

Marilyn Crooks, 28, Greenock.

DIANA, now that you are in heaven, please watch over my baby son who is in the same place.

Paul, Glasgow.

YOUR death is not in vain, Diana. You've been sent to be guardian of the children of Dunblane.

Yvonne Collick, 32,

Forth, Lanarkshire.

DIANA, will never be forgotten.

Kay Harkins, 24, Viewpark, Uddingston.

DIANA is Britain's Evita, only greater.

Emma Hamilton, 51, Ayrshire.

THE light's gone out and million's weep

So let our angel go to sleep.

You tried so hard to do your duty

Rest in peace our sleeping beauty.

Irene, 50, and Peter, 40, Robertson, Glasgow.

I HAVE Aids and she really gave me strength.

Sarah Smith, 19, Clydebank.

DIANA was a great light that shone over the world and will be sadly missed.

Linda Dickson, 36, Linvale,

Dunbartonshire.

AT least DI and Dodi are together now. She was married on my 32nd wedding anniversary and I would just like to send my condolences to her two boys, who have lost a beautiful mother.

Nan McCulloch, 70, Knightswood, Glasgow.

I HAVE been in so much grief over the death of Princess Diana that this is the first time I have been able to phone. I cannot express how I feel over her two sons. May God help those boys now.

Moira Quinn, Blantyre.

TWO bright lights have gone out on earth but two bright stars are now shining in Heaven. I hope they may rest in peace.

Veronica Freeland, Hamilton.

Princess Di Remembered:

Dear God,

Tears from Heaven swept the ground

The world in sorrow was bound

We couldn't believe it, how could it be true

That Princess Diana is up there with you

Now she is gone

Yet the mourning goes on

On and on and on.

From dusk till dawn

The world in prayer weeps

for the fair maiden you now keep

But we must look up with sore stinging red eyes

And think of her angel up there in the skies

Diana's compassion and heart-filled love and joy

Were always seen

In life she was a Princess

but in death she has become a Queen

We think of all the lives she has saved

And know her light will never flicker or fade

So let her rest well that dear loving Di

Who is looking down on us all from the sky.

Amen.

Stephanie Crawford, 13, Dalziel High School, Motherwell.

DIANA, if a hug could have stopped you from slipping away from us, if it could have kept your tender heart beating, I would have hugged you so tightly.

K. MacDonald, Inverness.

CONDOLENCES to Prince William and Prince Harry and may Diana never be forgotten.

Kelly McManus, 19, Paisley.

MAY you be rewarded in Heaven for your good on earth and may God look after your sons.

Mrs Teresa Musgrave, Strathaven.

DIANA truly was the Queen of Hearts. We will never see her like again.

A broken-hearted Scotsman.

DIANA you were an angel in our hearts, now let you be God's angel with the one you love. God bless your happiness and shine on the two sons you have left behind.

Audrey Wilson and Megan, East Wemyss, Fife

DIANA, the crown you now wear shines brighter than any here on earth. Well done, thou good and faithful servant. God bless your dear boys

A mum and gran from Dunfermline.

YOU may be gone, but not forgotten and as the song said: "You're simply the best."

Mr Suttie, Newburgh, Fife.
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