Princess Diana was seen in an attire that ‘inspired a statue,’ according to royal aficionados.
According to royal enthusiasts who claim to have obtained the “precise” image from which the artist “got the concept,” PRINCESS DIANA was pictured in an attire that inspired her statue.
Prince Harry and Prince William unveiled a sculpture of their late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, earlier this afternoon. On the day Diana would have turned 60, the two put their disagreements aside in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden to pay tribute to her. For many people, the princess was a fashion icon throughout her life, and she continues to inspire fashion now.
Diana is depicted in a midi dress with long sleeves and a belt in the bronze statue created by Ian Rank-Broadley.
“The portrait and style of dress were based on the final period of her life as she acquired confidence in her role as an ambassador for humanitarian issues and tries to reflect her character and compassion,” according to an official statement.
And royal fans believe they’ve uncovered the exact clothing in a 1993 Christmas card that shows Elizabeth between her two sons.
It portrays Diana, dressed casually in a blue unbuttoned shirt with a large rectangle belt buckle, gazing affectionately at William while Harry looks up at her.
One royal enthusiast commented on Twitter, “The statue’s clothing reminds me of Princess Diana’s Christmas card from 1993.”
“I believe this is it,” one person said.
“I was wondering where he got the idea for that enormous buckle,” said another.
Others, on the other hand, noted that her haircut appeared to be “significantly later” than the one depicted in the new monument.
After their divorce in 1992, Prince Charles and Princess Diana sent out their personal Christmas greetings for the first time in 1993.
It also depicts William and Harry dressed alike in pale blue shirts and black vee-neck sweaters.
The style of Diana’s dress in the monument is similar to a number of outfits the monarch wore later in her life.
She went on to exhibit more individualism with her dress choices after her divorce from Charles.
It happened as she grew more confident in her role as a humanitarian ambassador.
Diana might be seen on the steps of the Marivent Palace with William and Harry, wearing a flatting red pencil, in a portrait taken during their summer vacation in Majorca in July 1988. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”