British princes William and Harry have unveiled a statue of their mother, Diana, in the garden of Kensington Palace in London. It would be her 60th birthday today. Princess Diana died in 1997 in a car accident in Paris.
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The princes made the image themselves. “We remember her love, strength and character — traits that made her a source of inspiration all over the world and that have turned countless lives for the better,” they say in an explanation. “Every day we wish she was still with us. We hope this statue symbolizes her life and legacy forever.”
At the closed ceremony, Diana‘s brother Charles Spencer and her two sisters, Sarah McCorquodale and Jane Fellowes, were also present.
Earlier, we made all this look back at Diana’s life: