William and Harry honor Princess Diana’s memory with a new statue

When Princess Diana died in a tragic car accident in Paris, everyone cried her death. This year 2017 marked 20 years of her departure, and this moment is still portrayed with much pain and longing, especially for her sons William and Harry. Despite the tragedy, the royal family has always shared memories of the princess since she passed away.

During the last years, the Princes made several public appearances to celebrate and to honor the memory of their mother. However, they left the best tribute for the end of 2017!


William and Harry ordered a statue of the Princess Diana, to honor her memory. The sculptor will be Ian Rank-Broadley, the same one who created the image of Queen Elizabeth in British coins. The artwork will be installed outside Kensington Palace in London, and will be finished in 2019.


“The statue, which will be erected in Kensington Palace, will celebrate the life and legacy of the princess and is expected to be unveiled in 2019,” palace officials said. No doubt this is a beautiful way for the sons to remember and honor their dear mother.


“Ian is an extremely talented sculptor and we know he’ll create an appropriate and lasting tribute to our mother,” said princes William and Harry in an official statement.


Share to honor the memory of the beloved Princess Diana and if you think it’s beautiful the homage William and Harry are doing to their mother!

Source: Newsner


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