The statue was unveiled at Kensington Palace on the 60th birthday of Princess Diana in England. Prince William and Prince Harry inaugurated the statue, which depicts Princess Diana and children next to her.
01.07.2021 – 19:28
Englandsecond contender for the royal throne in Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry, Duke of SussexCelebrating their mother’s 60th birthday, in the redesigned Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace Diana inaugurated his statue.
In the statue, Princess Diana is depicted with two children on her right and left.
This marks the first time Prince William and his brother Harry have met since the funeral of their grandfather, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on 17 April.
Covid-19 Sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley and garden designer Pip Morrison also took part in the ceremony, which was attended by few people due to restrictions.
Prince William and his brother Harry, who commissioned the statue in 2017, said in a statement: “Today, on our mother’s 60th birthday, we remember her love, strength and character, the countless life-changing qualities that have made her a force for worldwide good. “One day, we wish him to be still with us, and our hope is that this statue will forever be seen as a symbol of his life and legacy.”
Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, Diana pressesIt is known that it was one of his favorite places when he lived here.
Janet Morris, who came to watch the ceremony, stated that she was happy to be in the area where the opening ceremony of the statue was held and said, “I think the statue is very important for England. Diana’s premature death 24 years ago is very sad. It’s great that they unveil the statue.” said.
Tara, 42, who came to watch the ceremony, said that they watched the opening of the statue on television and that the public can visit the statue tomorrow.
Tara said, “The statue is extraordinary and it’s lovely to see her two sons together at its opening. Diana was the princess of the people. I think she was the princess of not just people in this country, but people around the world.” used the phrases.