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Princess Diana: Fans had to wait a long time for this moment

To mark the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, Diana’s statue in Kensington Palace was finally opened to the public.

London – Since August 31, 2021, visitors can use the new memorial
Princess Diana’s (36, † 1997) sculpture in the sunken garden in Kensington Palace can now see himself up close, reports *

Special precautions have been taken so that everything can go smoothly at the opening on the 24th anniversary of Lady Dis’s death. On July 1, the statue by the English sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley (69) was ceremoniously unveiled by Diana’s beloved sons Prince William (39) and Prince Harry (36). It was the day the Queen of Hearts would have turned 60 had it not been for a tragic accidental death in 1997.

The bronze statue shows the princess surrounded by three children to represent the “universality and generational effect” of her work. The short hair, her style of dress and her portrait are modeled on the last period of her life. Under the statue there is a plinth on which her name and the date of the unveiling are engraved, as well as a paving stone on which an excerpt from the poem “The Measure of A Man” of unknown origin is engraved.

A spokesman for Historic Royal Palaces said: “We are aware that there will be a lot of interest in viewing the statue that day. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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