Kensington Palace announced yesterday that a new statue of Princess Diana will be erected in the palace next July, while it was supposed to be her 60th birthday, after a delay due to the Corona pandemic.
In 2017, Princes William and Harry said that they had requested that a statue be carved in honor of their mother, who died in a car accident in Paris more than 20 years ago, to be placed in front of Kensington Palace, Prince William’s official residence in London. They chose sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley to create the statue to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death. Brodley previously created the image of Queen Elizabeth used on British coins.
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