Princess Diana’s Wedding Tiara

diana weddingDianaCalled the "wedding of the century", the wedding of Lady Diana Frances Spencer to Charles, Prince of Wales in 81, was a wedding the whole world watched. Over 700 million people from 58 countries watched the bride with her father walked down the aisle. Diana has been called a fashion icon in history, as regularly wore british designer labels such as Arabella Pollen, Bruce Oldfield, Amanda Wakeley and Catherine Walker. She also wore international designers such as Versace, Christian Lacroix, Ungaro and Chanel. Though her public appearances and formal events she was often seen wearing esquisite necklaces, earrings and outstanding family tiaras. Her wedding tiara was worn over her veil as she walked down the isle, and later worn in her hair. Diana's actual dress is on display at the house she lived in when she was a child in Althorp, Northamptonshire, England. In 2009, in August, fragments of Princess Diana's wedding dress are being sold for $26,250 on ebay by the designer of the gown. Diana will be a bride that the world will always remember.

 

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There were 3,500 guests, including almost every crowned and elected head of state in Europe

3,500 guests attended the Royal Wedding including almost every crowned and elected head of state in Europe

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