In the summer, Prince William and Prince Harry. They reunited to unveil a statue they had made in honor of their late mother, Princess Diana.. The Duke of Sussex traveled from California to the UK for a major installation. While Unveiled at Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden. Initially considered a large fat, it was reduced to corona virus epidemics, and the guest list was streamlined. Only the Duke of Cambridge, the Duke of Sussex., Close relatives of Princess Diana, as well as sculptor designer, landscape architect and a few others.
Prince William is finally hosting a big party at Kensington Palace on October 19 to celebrate the Princess of Wales and all those associated with the statue, but it turns out that the Duke of Sussex will not attend. A spokesman confirmed. Hello That Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not go to the UK to attend the party, but will stay at their home in Montecito instead.
The Duke of Cambridge is hosting about 100 guests at next Tuesday’s ceremony, including Princess Diana’s close friends, former staff and relatives. Sir Elton John. Allegedly there will be attendance.
While Kate Middleton. Prince William and Prince Harry could not attend the unveiling on July 1., And instead privately viewed the statue with the Duke of Cambridge. They have three childrenLooks like she’ll be there. Kensington Palace. In honor of the Princess of Wales with her husband next week.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Consider a visit a few months ago. It is possible that the couple decided that international travel was too much. The birth of a daughterA Understandably, they would not want to leave their two children at home across a pond in California, especially during COVID-19 epidemics.
Prince Harry and Meghan started recently. Their first major joint trip together After moving to the United States, he traveled New York for the Global Citizen Life Concert.. Although they are not. Going to the UK this month.Prince Harry’s other trips are coming soon. He is returning to New York on a solo trip. Attend the Interpad Museum’s Salute to Freedom Gala on November 11.