China News Service, July 2nd. According to "Central News Agency", on July 1, local time, Prince William and his younger brother Harry appeared at the same time to unveil a statue commemorating the 60th birthday of their mother Princess Diana.

The two expressed the hope that their mother "is still with us."

At 3 pm on April 17, local time, the funeral of Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was held at Windsor Castle near London.

The picture shows Prince William (front) and Prince Harry (back) attending the funeral.

  According to reports, this bronze statue was erected in the garden of Princess Diana's London residence, Kensington Palace.

Affected by the new crown epidemic, the ceremony was simplified.

  William and Harry unveiled the statue together and stopped to talk in front of the statue.

They also stated in a statement: "Today, on the 60th birthday of our mother, we miss her love, strength and personality, which have made her a force for good in the world and made countless lives better. Quality."

  "Every day, we hope she will still be by our side. I hope this statue will always be regarded as a symbol of her life and outstanding contribution."

  According to reports, the last time William and Harry appeared together in public was to attend the funeral of their grandfather Prince Philip in April 2021.