Princess Diana’s wedding dress will go on public display at Kensington Palace af…
Princess Diana’s wedding dress will go on public display at Kensington Palace after her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, agreed to loan the item. The dress, designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, features sequins encrusted along its lengthy train and an antique Carrickmacross lace that had originally belonged to Queen Mary, Diana’s great-grandmother-in-law.The dress belongs to Prince William and Prince Harry, who have loaned it to the palace for the display, Historic Royal Palaces said. The public can view the item from June at the royal residence in west London where Diana lived.
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