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Princess Diana passed away in a tragic car accident in Paris in August 1997, and the abrupt loss of her life is still felt by both her family and the public that loved her. Diana, who had a tumultuous marriage to Prince Charles and a complicated relationship with the royal family in general before her death, didn't bring her children, Prince William and Prince Harry, with her during that fateful trip. Instead, the two boys, who were 15 and 12 at the time, were with their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. RelatedThe Sweet, Somber Significance of Princess Diana's Final Resting Place William and Harry were wrapping up spending the Summer with the queen at Balmoral Castle, a royal residence in Scotland. Since Diana's accident happened after midnight, the queen instructed her staff to not disturb the boys and to let them sleep in before telling them the news. She also reportedly had them »
- Caitlin Hacker
The 36-year-old actor took a moment to thank the Hollywood legend for her work on Singin' in the Rain while accepting the Vanguard Award for La La Land with director Damien Chazelle at the Palm Springs Film Festival on Monday, crediting Reynolds' classic musical for inspiring his work on the Oscar contender.
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"I wish I could've said this in person, but I'd like to thank Debbie Reynolds for her wonderful career of work. She was an inspiration to us every day," Gosling said in his acceptance speech. "We watched Singin' in the Rain every day for inspiration, and she was a truly unparalleled talent. So I thank her for all of that inspiration."
Et caught up with Gosling on the red carpet at the »
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