A NEW statue commemorating Princess Diana was unveiled yesterday in a special ceremony, on what would have been her 60th birthday.
The memorial will be available to the public to view from 10am today, after Prince Harry and Prince William put aside their differences yesterday for the special family ceremony.
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The Princess of Wales statue will be available to the public to view for free in the Sunken Garden outside the entrance of Kensington Palace.
Guests will not have to pay to see the statue, which is in the surrounding grounds of the palace.
Members of the public will only have to pay to tour Kensington Palace itself, along with the various exhibits including to see Diana’s wedding dress.
Kensington Palace is closed to visitors on Mondays and Tuesdays, but open from 10am until 6pm Wednesday to Sunday.
Members of the Historic Royal Palaces can tour for free, while adult non-members must pay £23 and children £11.50.
HOARken Garden was once a favourite haunt of the Princess, with the palace describing the ceremony as a “small event and a very personal moment for the family.”
On the website it advises that the memorial event will not have public access, and “will not be visible from the Broadwalk or surrounding area.”
Plans for the statue were announced in 2017, two decades after the Princess was killed in a car crash in Paris.
In a joint statement, the royal brothers said: “The statue was commissioned to mark the 20th anniversary of her death and recognize her positive impact in the UK and around the world.