Princes Harry and William have signed the finalization of the statue in honor of their mother, Princess Diana. The monument will be unveiled on July 1, in the gardens of Kensington Palace.
It is a moment that will be filled with emotion. On July 1, Prince Harry and Prince William will finally meet again, after months spent thousands of miles apart. The two brothers will be able to hug again, and will celebrate the birthday of their mother, Lady Di. This July 1, 2021, Princess Diana would have been 60 years old … So to celebrate this event, the two children of the deceased princess will inaugurate a statue, which will be erected in the gardens of Kensington Palace. A place very dear to the heart of Lady Di, who loved the gardens of the residence when she lived there …
While the project was born in 2017, it is finally getting ready to materialize. Princes Harry and William would have validated the final project of the statue in honor of their mother, according to information from our sources. The information comes from a source close to the sculptor of the work, Ian Rank-Broadley, who told the tabloid: “It will be signed by William and Harry, I know that. I know he worked closely with the boys and I think it will be amazing.”
Prince Harry and Prince William more on the outs?
To oversee the project, the two brothers have set up a working committee. With Prince Harry living in the United States, no doubt he must have received images and photos of the statue from afar. It’s unclear whether the two signed off on the final design before or after the interview Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle gave last March, but our so newspaper reports that the finalization of the project may seriously be the first sign of a restored relationship between the two brothers…
Prince William ready to set the record straight on Meghan’s allegations
Prince William is keen to deny the explosive claims made by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Oprah Winfrey in early March.
Almost 4 weeks after the broadcast of the shocking interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the American channel CBS, Prince William intends to react soon. At least this is what a commentator of the royal family said, according to information published by our sources, April 3. An announcement that comes at a time when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have just hired a new press officer, Victoria O’Byrne and while his father, Prince Charles has chosen to recruit a new director of communications, the doctor, Simon Enright. Sudden changes that foreshadow a response from the British crown.
According to the former royal correspondent of The Sun newspaper, Charlie Rae, Victoria O’Byrne has an objective: “to get his [Editor’s note: William’s] point of view recognized.” As for Harry’s brother, he hopes to “push back against these terrible allegations made by Harry and Meghan,” added the expert. For his part, Prince Charles would also be very affected by this recent controversy. “He is clearly very worried and concerned about the effects not only on his reputation, but also on the reputation of the royal family,” stressed Kevin O’Sullivan, the host of TalkRADIO in an interview with the journalist.
A complicated fraternal relationship
The tensions that currently exist between Prince William and the Duke of Sussex are not only related to these recent revelations. In 2019, the two brothers were already going through a complicated period. At that time, the Duke of Cambridge reproached his brother for wanting to marry the American actress, Meghan Markle. “William was very concerned that the relationship had developed so quickly,” explained Katie Nicholl, a journalist specializing in the royal family in the documentary “Princesses at War.” A remark that Prince Harry took very badly at the time.
In 2020, the announcement that Meghan Markle and her husband were leaving the British crown had not helped their relationship. Although they tried to discuss it together, they had not been able to understand each other. “They did not part as friends,” a source had even told our source.
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