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Designed by Murray Arbeid. Black velvet bodice and bolero jacket white taffeta skirt. Diana wore this gown to a fund raising event to save Britain's Wheelchair Olympics. $24,150.00 Purchased by Kate McEnroe of AMC.

DIANA’S TWO GOWNS GO TO PERMANENT DISPLAY IN KENSINGTON PALACE

Catherine Walker designed this gown in 1991. Pink sequined ivory crepe gown with asymmetric neckline, worn at a banquet given by President Collor at the Itamaraty Palace whilst on a State visit to Brazil, 23rd April 1991. $26,450.00 Originally purchased by a woman from Florida. Sold March 2013 by Kerry Taylor auctions £78,000. Christies Lot 65

Compare the 1986 Royal Family Photo of Charles and Diana to the 2015 Portrait of Will and Kate

Compare the 1986 royal family photo of Prince Charles and Princess Diana with their sons to the new 2015 portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton with George and Charlotte

DIANA | This article was featured in a recent issue of UK magazine "My Weekly" and recommends visiting the "British Glamour Since 1950" exhibition at the Victoria And Albert Museum, featuring the stunning dress worn by Princess Diana dubbed the "Elvis" dress, and designed by Catherine Walker. [7/8/2012]

Up close details of the Catherine Walker white silk-crepe sheath dress and matching high-collared jacket embroidered all over with simulated pearls and white sequins. Diana debuted the gown at The British Fashion Awards on October 17, 1989. She wore it again on November 8, 1989 to the opening of the Hong Kong Cultural Center. The princess also wore it without the jacket on May 7, 1990 on a state visit to Hungary. This gown is lot 78 and it raised $ 151,000 for Diana's charities.

Queen Elizabeth Misses Annual Christmas Church Service Due to Heavy Cold

As is their annual tradition, the Royal Family gathered on Christmas Eve to exchange presents. (The inexpensive gifts are laid out on long trestle tables in the Red Drawing Room at Sandringham.) This is followed later by a sumptuous formal dinner | Chris Jackson/Getty

This gorgeous burgundy silk velvet columnar dress decorated with shimmering pink pearls around the scoop neckline is split to the knee and in the back. The gown was designed by Catherine Walker. The Princess of Wales wore this gown to a private function. Lot 32 raised $ 29,900 for Diana's charities.