Princess Diana’s Favorite Dress Sold for £102,000 at Auction

British Royalty, pic: 29th June 1987, Diana, Princess of Wales arriving at a Central London film premiere

Princess of Wales, Late Diana – a magnificent beauty who is always remembered for her kind-heartedness, and love for humanity. Her personal favorite gown has been auctioned in London to an overseas museum.

According to the English media reports, Late Diana’s ornate gold and white gown has sold for £102,000 at auction. This 1986’s beautiful strapless gown was especially designed by David and his wife Elizabeth Emanuel for Princess Diana, and they also designed her wedding dress.

Princess Diana Favorite Dress sold

It is said that the Initial auction price of the dress gone up remarkably and it has been sold by an auction house ‘Kerry Taylor’ to a museum abroad.

This fairy tale floor-length gown has a shiny white organza with detailed pearl and crystal embellishment, gold sequins, in order to compliment the dress it is available with head band, optional sleeves and petticoat.

This dress caught Diana’s eye when she first saw it on the Red Cross benefit fashion show back in 1986. It is also said that Diana fell in love when she first saw this dress and it became one of her most favorite gown, which she repeatedly wore on quiet a few events including, a trip to the Royal Opera House and to the premiere of James Bond film ‘The Living Daylights’.

This dress has a real romantic touch in it. Princess Diana always looked stunning wearing this delicate gown.



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