From the Department store of London will remove the monument to Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed In the World : Vladim
Of the London Department store will remove the monument to Princess Diana and Dodi al-Fayed. It will be sent to the relatives of the deceased beloved Princess.
Harrods in London, where is a monument to those killed in the accident lovers, will remove the obelisk, built in 2005. It will be returned to the rightful owner, Egyptian businessman Mohamed al Fayed, whose son died in a car crash with Princess Diana in 1997. The sculpture represents a couple of lovers, holding on in a dance with his hands and looking into each other’s eyes. Al-Fayed believes that his son’s death is not accident, while investigators have ruled out the option of premeditated murder.
The heads of Department explain their desire to remove a monument to the fact that relatives of the deceased Princess said they were going to set near Kensington Palace, the new obelisk in honor of the mother. In this regard, the shop chiefs think it necessary to return the monument to al-Fido and call on the public to pay tribute to Princess Diana outside the Palace.