It's been 17 years since Princess Diana sadly died in a car crash at age 36 — and now the contents of the late royal's will have been revealed.
A new website commissioned by the British government allows users to access millions of public record documents for a small fee of about $15. According to the site, the Princess of Wales' estate gifted about $30 million to sons Prince William and Prince Harry upon her death.
Diana with Prince William and Prince Harry in October 1985. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
In the document, Diana — who was married to Prince Charles from 1981 until 1996 — additionally stipulated that her mother, Frances Shand Kydd, should be consulted about her children's education.
"She wanted to make sure [her sons] were showered with love," Robert Jobson, author of 'The New Royal Family,' said in an interview with 'Today.' "That's something she really agonized over when she split from Prince Charles. I think this will reflects that."
A copy of Princess Diana's will. (Photo Credit: 'Today')
The royal's wedding dress was also left to her sons, while other personal items including paintings and a clock were to be given to her 17 godchildren. Diana additionally bequeathed $80,000 to her butler, Paul Burrell.
Watch Jobson's interview with 'Today' in the video below.