Prince Harry and Prince William will go to make up to honor Diana’s memory

On their initiative, a sculpture dedicated to the princess’s contribution to the popularization of charity will be installed in London.

Princess Diana would have turned 60 on July 1, 2021, but she died in a car accident in August 1997, a year after her divorce from Prince Charles.

She celebrated her last 36th birthday with her friends and fans. As publicist Tina Brown writes in her book The Chronicles of Diana, the princess was presented with 90 bouquets of flowers.

She met the holiday in a luxurious black dress on the floor from the famous fashion designer Azaguri from Morocco. It was decorated with shining beads, but the mourning color seemed to hint at something bad.

Despite the triumph, Diana never forgot about charity. In the evening of the same day, she managed to attend a gala concert in London, all the money from ticket sales of which was transferred to those in need.

She always wanted to be useful to people and find such a thing that would help her to start a new life after leaving the Royal family. Diana wanted to channel her own popularity in the right direction.

“Nothing gives me such pleasure as the opportunity to give love and help those in need. If I can at least slightly popularize charity in the world, then this is enough for me, ”said the princess.

This year, a sculptural composition dedicated to Diana will appear on the territory of the Kensington Palace garden. The project was created on the initiative of her children – Princes William and Harry.

“We want this statue to make all guests of the palace think about life, and what contribution each of us makes after death,” the brothers said.

According to the English newspaper Express, they are even ready to forget old grievances in order to honor the memory of their mother. However, William still resent Harry for moving from the United Kingdom to the United States.

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