Princess Diana’s iconic wedding dress has been put on display at Kensington Palace, and has become the centrepiece in a new exhibit called ‘ Royal Style in the Making.’ This is the first time Princess Diana’s bridal ensemble has been displayed in over 25 years. Previously, it was part of a July 1998 exhibit at Diana’s ancestral home, Althorp, a year after her tragic death.
A glimpse of royal exhibit was also shared by Historic Royal Palaces on its official Instagram page. Visitors coming to the exhibition will be able to witness the intricate details of the gown that the royal wore at her wedding with Prince Charles in 1981, from its scooped neckline to puffed sleeves trimmed with bows. Besides, they will also see the 25-ft dramatic train.