IT’S one of the most famous wedding dresses in history – and now Prince Harry and Prince William have put aside their differences so royal fans can see their late mother’s bridal gown in a new exhibition.
The feuding brothers have agreed to loan Princess Diana‘s iconic dress to the Royal Style in the Making exhibition at Kensington Palace.
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The Princess of Wales’s ivory silk taffeta wedding dress will be displayed complete with its spectacular sequin train which was encrusted with over 10,000 pearls.
And at 25 feet-long, it still remains the longest wedding dress train in royal history.
The stunning dress – designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel – was made of antique lace (something old), material from a British silk farm (something new) and even had a small blue bow sewn into the waistband (something blue).
Diana’s dress last went on show in 1995 at Kensington Palace, but was…