Prince Henry has already arrived in the UK for a ceremony in honor of his mother, Diana Wells, which will take place on July 1, at which he will once again appear in public with his family after the funeral of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, last April. This trip has generated great expectations among Britons, many of whom hope it will help calm things down His father, Carlos, is from England and his brother, Prince William.
According to information published by the British newspaper, daily MailThe Duke of Sussex landed at Heathrow Airport in London, last Friday, to mark the unveiling of the statue in honor of Princess Diana. As they reveal, he will have to undergo a five-day quarantine that will keep him at Frogmore Cottage.
Prince Henry was photographed last Thursday arriving at Los Angeles Airport in a chauffeur-driven Cadillac Escalade. In the back of the car was his wife, Meghan Markle, with their two children: Born Lillipet Diana And Archie’s firstborn.
Next Thursday, July 1, will be the great day when brothers Guillermo and Enrique will meet again in public after the strained relationship they currently have due to the departure of their youngest from court.
A Kensington worker confirmed to the newspaper that “Prince William and Prince Henry will be present at a small event where the statue that commissioned their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, will be unveiled in Sokin Garden at Kensington Palace.” .On
In addition to Diana’s close family, the Princess of Wales, statue commissioner member, sculptor Ian Rank Broadley, and garden designer Babe Morrison will also attend. “More details about the statue and the park will be provided on July 1,” the same source added.
The initial idea was that about 100 people, all very close to Mrs. Dee, were present at the event. However, due to restrictions due to the pandemic, the meeting has been significantly reduced to a handful of guests, among whom, as expected, are some members of the Spencer family. In fact, the idea of holding a larger party for September is being considered, although it is something that has not been officially confirmed.