If Diana were alive: Artist shows how modern royal portraits might look with the People's Princess
An artist has honoured the late Princess Diana by creating artworks with her in modern royal life with her two sons and their families.
Why the late royal could not be there for her eldest son’s wedding to Kate Middleton in 2011, artist Autumn Ying took to social media to create painting that imagine what it would be like if she had been able to meet her daughters-in-law.
The artist has shared a number of her incredible artworks with social media, including a post of Princess Diana where she wrote: “While Princess Diana won’t get to see her daughters-in-law in reality, I’m thinking of visualizing this scene as a touching tribute to the late mother of Prince William and Prince Harry.”
In another, Ms Ying showcased a painting that featured Princess Diana, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle as they were on their wedding days altogether.
Another stunning sketch depicted Princess Di with all four of her grandchildren, Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, Prince Louis, 1 and Archie, nine months.
Ying shared the prints of the royals are available for purchase and that proceeds from the sales will go to charity.
"While for every art print purchased, the amount will be donated to UNICEF, in hope of helping the children in need out of malnutrition in Cambodia," she wrote on Instagram.
Scroll through the gallery to see Autumn Ying’s prints dedicated to Princess Diana and the royal family.
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