Due to the coronavirus, only members of the royal family will attend the ceremony.
It became known that Princes William and Harry are forced to reduce the list of guests who can attend the official ceremony of unveiling the monument to Princess Diana, in honor of the 60th anniversary of her birth.
It should take place as early as July 1, but due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases in the UK, it may be canceled altogether. While it is planned to hold an event in a narrow circle of members of the royal family.
Earlier, over a hundred delegates were to arrive at Kensington Palace, next to which the statue will be installed. Many guests hoped that Harry and William would end their feud for their mother on this day.
After Diana’s youngest son moved to California with his family, the elder stopped communicating with him. However, the brothers had plans to build a monument to their mother four years ago, according to the Daily Mail.
Many residents of the United Kingdom donated their money for the creation of this project, including 58-year-old director David Furnish and his 74-year-old husband singer Sir Elton John. They will not attend the ceremony.