F1 driver and part-time Champagne sprayer Lewis Hamilton has shared an emotional tribute poem that he wrote about Princess Diana.
Yesterday marked 20 years since the anniversary of the car crash in which she died in a tunnel in Paris.
Hamilton at the time was just 12 years old but appears to have been moved by the anniversary, so much so he's written a sweet but quite odd poem titled 'England's Rose'.
The poem was posted to the 32-year-old's Instagram account and pays tribute to the people's princess who he is, "Now a shinning star in the midnight sky."
Though the missing apostrophe at one point is slightly unfortunate as looks as though it says her shed will "light up the way".
It follows a separate post with a photograph of the Princess with the caption, "I don't go by the rule book... I lead from the heart, not the head."