Our royal team on the long-awaited Princess Diana statue | ITV News

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This is The Royal Rota – our weekly podcast about the royal family, with ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson.

In this week’s episode, Chris and Lizzie discuss the long-awaited unveiling of the Princess Diana statue. 

Princes William and Harry reunited at Kensington Palace to mark what would have been their mother’s 60th birthday.

We hear from the sculptor, landscape designer and palace gardener involved in the special project to find out what it was like working with the brothers.

Plus, we look at the Queen’s visit to Scotland for Holyrood week. 

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