BBC News: Commentary branding hideous Princess Diana statue beloved by Radio 4 Twitter | Royal | New



The statue was unveiled by Prince William and Prince Harry on Thursday. It is located in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace, where Diana spent a lot of time.

The work depicts Diana with her arms around two children, while a third follows behind.

However, he was criticized by BAFTA award-winning documentary Neil Crombie.

He tweeted: “I’m sorry but this is hideous.”

The post was “liked” by the official BBC Radio 4 Twitter account.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, a BBC spokesperson insisted it was done in error.

They said, “It was an accident and it shouldn’t have been appreciated. It has now been deleted.

Describing the statue, Mr Crombie added, “Simon the Good is transforming into a transvestite in an effort to save the children of the developing world from peril.”

Mr. le Bon is a famous British musician, who co-founded Arcadia in 1985.

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“We remember his love, his strength and his character.

“Qualities that have made her a force for good around the world, improving countless lives.”

The statue was designed by Ian Rank-Broadley, a sculptor who previously produced the effigy of the queen found on British coins.

It appears to be based on Diana’s 1993 Christmas card, which featured a photo of her with William and Harry.

Eagle-eyed viewers noted that the belt, skirt, and open ribbed skirt Diana wears are the same as pictured.

Harry returned to the UK specifically for the unveiling, having lived in California since stepping down from royal duties last year.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, he quarantined himself at Frogmore Cottage before attending the event.

The Duchess of Sussex remained in the United States, caring for the couple’s son and newborn daughter.

During the ceremony, Harry was seen greeting Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes; The sisters of Princess Diana.

The prince also spoke at length with Earl Spence, his uncle.


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