The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex have today unveiled a statue of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, on what would have been her 60th birthday.
Commissioned by the brothers in 2017, the statue now stands in Kensington Palace’s stunningly redesigned Sunken Garden.
Prince Harry, who now lives in California arrived in the UK last week in order to complete his quarantine ahead of today’s event.
Following the unveiling of the statue, William and Harry issued a statement which read:
Kensington Palace said:
In a statement, sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley noted: