It's an image that will, for many of us, remain etched on our minds forever: the young Princes William and Harry, following the funeral cortège of their mother in September 1997.
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If you live in north west London, it is likely that you have paid a visit to The Royal Free Hospital, either to see a friend or relative, for treatment as an inpatient, or just to sit in A&E, waiting for some minor injury to be treated.