Like her late mother-in-law, Kate Middleton is considered a style icon and fashion bible Vogue would love to have her on the cover -- but Kate hasn't yet said yes to their requests.

Princess Diana did grace the cover of British Vogue four times. Here are those memorable covers:

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  • 1981

    This 1981 shot is an iconic portrayal of the then Lady Diana Spencer. The title of the issue was "The Day of the Wedding." The time of publication of this issue fell prior to the actual event.

  • 1991

  • 1994

  • 1997

    The 1997 cover was actually taken in 1994, but was used to mark Diana's death in a special tribute issue after her death two months previously.

Check out a selection of Princess Diana's dresses in the slideshow below:

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  • Princess Diana Wallpaper

    A woman walks past wallpaper bearing different drawings of the late Princess Diana during a press preview visit at what used to be her official residence, Kensington Palace in London, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. Kensington Palace has been transformed following a 12 million pound (euro14.5 million or US$19 million) restoration project timed to be completed for this summer's Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics. (Matt Dunham, AP)

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    LEFT: In this March 9, 1981 file photo, Lady Diana Spencer, then-fiancee of Britain's Prince Charles attends her first official engagement, a charity event at the Goldsmith's Hall, in London. The strapless silk taffeta dress worn by Lady Diana Spencer is expected to fetch between 30,000 pounds and 50,000 pounds ($36,000 to $61,000) at auction Tuesday, June 8, 2010. (Peter Skingley, AP) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Princess Diana At A Dinner In Bangkok, Thailand In Febuary 1988 Wearing A Red And Purple Chiffon Evening Dress Designed By Fashion Designer Catherine Walker (Tim Graham, Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, with his wife Princess Diana,taking their newborn son Prince William, as they left St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London, June 22, 1982. . (Redman, AP) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Prince Charles Arm-in-arm With His Fiance, Lady Diana Spencer, On The Steps Of Buckingham Palace For A Photocall On The Day They Announced Their Engagement. (Tim Graham, Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Princess Diana At A Dinner At Hamburg City Hall, Germany. Wearing A Black Lace Evening Dress, Designed By Fashion Designer Victor Edelstein, Worn With Long Pearls (Tim Graham, Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: Wallpaper bearing different drawings of the late Princess Diana by artist Julie Verhoeven is displayed during a press preview visit at what used to be Diana's official residence, Kensington Palace in London, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. Kensington Palace has been transformed following a 12 million pound restoration project timed to be completed for this summer's Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics. (Matt Dunham, AP)

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    LEFT: The Princess of Wales attends a gala recital evening at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, November 1981. She is wearing a dress by Bellville Sassoon, and looking very thin and pale. (Jayne Fincher, Princess Diana Archive / Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales with his fiance Lady Diana Spencer during a photocall before their wedding while staying at Craigowan Lodge on the Balmoral Estate in Scotland (Tim Graham, Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles emerge from St. Paul's Cathedral after their wedding July 29, 1981 in London. Diana told of a lonely existence in her married life to Prince Charles in audio tapes aired by the U.S. television network NBC on March 4, 2004. (Anwar Hussein, Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: A bespoke wallpaper inspired by images of Princess Diana and created by artist Juile Verhoeven in Kensington Palace on March 20, 2012 in London, England. Kensington Palace is due to reopen to the public on March 26, 2012 following a 12 million GBP renovation project. The refurbishment has seen the renovation of the King and Queen's state apartments, a display of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales and an exhibition charting the life of Queen Victoria. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)

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    LEFT: Diana, Princess Of Wales, Attending A Dinner At The British Embassy. The Princess Is Wearing A Taffeta And Lace Gown With A Scalloped Neckline Designed By Murray Arbeid With Queen Mary's Diamond And Pearl Tiara, A Present From The Queen. (Tim Graham, Getty Images) </br></br> RIGHT: Wallpaper bearing different drawings of the late Princess Diana by artist Julie Verhoeven is displayed during a press preview visit at what used to be Diana's official residence, Kensington Palace in London, Tuesday, March 20, 2012. Kensington Palace has been transformed following a 12 million pound restoration project timed to be completed for this summer's Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics. (Matt Dunham, AP)