Shoppers at West Edmonton Mall will be able to get an up-close showing of royal wedding memorabilia early next year.
No, it's not the most recent royal wedding of Will and Kate, but Edmontonians will have the chance to glimpse Princess Diana's wedding dress, among other royal artifacts, when the exhibition 'Diana, A Celebration' opens at WEM Feb. 6.
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Prince Charles (L) and his brother Prince Andrew, who is the best-man, arrive at St. Paul's Cathedral (Getty photo)
Nancy Reagan, wife of the American President, leaves Winfield House (residence of the Ambassador) for St Paul's Cathedral for Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding (Getty photo)
Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip ride in the semi-state coach to St Paul's Cathedral (Getty photo)
The Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie blesses Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana during the marriage service in St Paul's Cathedral (Getty photo)
Charles, Prince of Wales, bows and his bride, Lady Diana, curtsies to Queen Elizabeth as they leave St Paul's Cathedral (Getty photo)
Charles, Prince of Wales, and bride, Lady Diana, wave the crowd in coach as they pass through Fleet Street (Getty photo)
Charles, Prince of Wales, and bride, Lady Diana, wave the crowd in coach as they pass through Fleet Street after their wedding (Getty photo)
A group of American's from North Carolina's have a front row position in Fleet Street (Getty Photo)
An official family photo taken on 29 July 1981, the wedding day of Prince Charles (C-R) and Lady Diana (C-L), the Princess of Wales. Back Row, from L - R: Mark Phillips, Prince Andrew, Viscount Linley, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Edward, the Princely Couple, Ruth, Lady Fermoy (the bride's grandmother), Lady Jane Fellowes (the bride's sister), Viscount Althorp (Diana's brother) and Robert Fellowes. Center row, from L - R: Princess Anne, Princess Margaret, the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II, India Hicks, Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, Mrs. Shand Kydd (Diana's mother) Count Spencer, Lady Sarah McCorquedale (Diana's sister), Neil McCorquedale. Front row: ushers and bridesmaids. (Getty photo)
The four month showing will feature royal artifacts and heirlooms, along with rare home movies and photos, CTV Edmonton reports.
The 7,000-square foot exhibition will showcase 150 objects in nine galleries.
According to the Edmonton Journal, visitors will also get a chance to see 28 of Diana's designer dresses as well as books of condolence for her death, left by people worldwide.
The award-winning exhibit has been traveling the world since 1998, raising money for the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund.
This is the first Canadian stop on the tour in over 10 years. The last Canadian city to feature the exhibit was Toronto.
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