Namely, in 2017, the brothers announced that they would make a sculpture in her honor.
After many misunderstandings that somehow separated the brothers Harry and William, however, they took a joint step towards the dedication of their mother Diana. It is a sculpture that will stand in the garden of Kensington Palace, which should be solemnly unveiled on Diana’s birthday this year.
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Prince Harry and Prince William will raise a sculpture in honor of their prematurely deceased mother, Princess Diana. Together they chose the final design of the sculpture. The sculpture will be unveiled on July 1 this year, on Princess Diana’s 60th birthday.
The sculpture will be made by sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley. It will be made of bronze and will stand in the Sunken Garden.
“I know Broadley has worked with the princes and I think the monument will be amazing. We are happy to have Broadley as an artist in the UK “, said a source close to the sculptor.
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Prince Harry has also vowed to attend a sculpture unveiling ceremony despite his misunderstandings with Prince William.