Prince Harry, William Put Quarrel Aside as They Reunite to Unveil Statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace
Prince Harry and Prince William reunited on Thursday, July 1, for the unveiling of their late mum, Princess Diana’s, statue.
The event, which took place at the Kensington Palace in London, UK, saw the royal brothers come together to celebrate their late mother on what would have been her 60th birthday.
In a post shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Instagram account, the brothers could be seen standing in front of the statue after the unveiling as they admired it. The post’s caption read a statement from the brothers saying they remember her “love strength and character”, which made her a force of good worldwide. They wished she was still around, and the statue will be a symbol of her life and legacy.
They also thanked those who helped the idea come into life and everyone who keeps their mother’s memory alive.
According to Page Six, the guest list was limited to only 15 guests, including Diana’s sisters and brother.
William and Harry’s wives, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, respectively, were not in attendance. Prince Charles, Diana’s ex-husband, was also missing and reported to have been in Scotland
Diana died at the age of 36 after she was involved in a fatal car crash.