Statement from Lord Linley and Sarah Chatto
Published 15 February 2002
THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS ISSUED FROM KENSINGTON PALACE
Lord Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto would like to thank all those who have so thoughtfully sent messages of condolence and kindness, at this time of great sadness. These messages and floral tributes have meant a great deal, and they have been deeply appreciated.
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