Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis may have not met their grandmother, Princess Diana, but their parents made sure that the late royal’s legacy will continue to live on.

Princess Diana was a very hands-on parent to Prince William and Prince Harry and Prince William has strived to do the same with the help of his wife, Kate Middleton. Even though they have hired a nanny to look after their children, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge still make it a point to spend as much time as they can with their kids.

Most recently, their entire family went on a half-term vacation but the details of their trip have been kept under wraps. There are rumors that the Cambridges may have enjoyed a private time at Anmer Hall or they may have gone skiing. On Sunday, Prince William was photographed driving back to London. Prince George and Princess Charlotte will return to school on Monday.

Another way that Prince William and Middleton have made sure that Princess Diana’s legacy will live on is by telling their children stories about their grandmother. It is highly likely that the royal couple also tells their kids how influential and hardworking the Princess of Wales was when she was still alive.

And one of the best ways to keep Princess Diana’s memory alive is by making sure that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis get to see her regularly even just in photographs.

Princess Charlotte, in particular, also shares a special connection with her grandmother because her full name includes Princess Diana’s moniker. And when it came to choosing the godparents of their kids, Prince William and Middleton chose those that have a close link to Princess Diana.

The Princess of Wales tragically passed away on Aug. 31, 1997, following a fatal car crash in Paris. Her death rocked the entire nation, but Princess Diana is still well remembered in most parts of the world today.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton want their children to remember Princess Diana's legacy. Pictured: Royal family after Prince Louis' christening at St James's Palace on July 09, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Dominic Lipinski-WPA Pool