Saturday, September 1 at 3 p.m. ET
Hosted by Martha MacCallum

It's been 10 years since Princess Diana died in Paris and was buried in the grounds of her family home in England.

Now, almost a decade later, we are still fascinated.

There was something about her that captivated the world's imagination. She was the People's Princess — a real fairy tale, a real princess.

In life, Diana seemed shy and submissive one moment then shaking the core of the monarchy the next. And with death, the world seemed to stand still — her funeral watched by millions.

But what does the future hold for this kingdom?

Her sons are now young men. Charles is married to Camilla. Elizabeth is still queen.

Ten years after the death of Diana, join host Martha MacCallum as FOX News looks back at Princess Diana's legacy and examines who will be king and when.