Princess Diana’s wedding gown to go on public display

0
43
Advertisement

Princess Diana will always be remembered for her grace and fashion statements. She even broke the royal dress code to create memorable fashion looks. Her stunning taffeta wedding gown was designed by British fashion designers David and Elizabeth Emanuel. Her fairytale wedding to Prince Charles took place in the year 1981.Her beautiful wedding ensemble was breathtakingly beautiful but flouted the royal protocol due to its elaborate large train. In fact, it is the longest ever train in royal history.


This exquisite gown will be displayed in London at Kensington Palace shortly. It will be the first time in 25 years that the gown will go on display. It was last exhibited at Kensington Palace in 1995.The dress has a 25 feet train encrusted with sequins and it filled the aisle of St Paul’s Cathedral.
The gown is among the most famous gowns in bridal history and has a fitted bodice overlaid at the centre with panels of antique Carrickmacross lace that once belonged to Queen Mary, the great grandmother of Prince Charles.

Advertisement

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here