So your plan on marrying Prince Harry isn't going so well and you're feeling like your dreams of achieving royal status are slowly plummeting. We feel you. But now, for a steep price, you may be able to get your hands on something a little different that will still make you feel like a princess.
The sequined, figure-hugging gown, which features ruching down the centre and a front slit to the knee, is expected to be bid on for 100,000 British pounds, which is approximately $189,000 CDN (WHOA). The auctioning website notes Princess Di paired the gown with a diamond and emerald choker necklace, which she had been given as a wedding present by H.M. The Queen Mother. Talk about glamourous.
Diana, Princess of Wales attends a gala at the Vienna Burgh Theatre on April 14, 1986.
Just like her daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales wasn't afraid of outfit-repeating and wore this dress on multiple occasions, including to the Diamond Ball in 1990 and to the film premiere of "Biggles" in 1993.
Diana, Princess Of Wales, Attending The Diamond Ball At The Royal Lancaster Hotel in 1990.
And this isn't the first time this Catherine Walker frock has been auctioned off. Believe it or not, Diana was the first to put it on the market in 1997, just three months before she was killed in a car accident in Paris. It was sold again in 2013 for $131,000.
Other pieces from Diana's wardrobe that are set to be put on sale include her teal tartan Emanuel B. Couture coatdress, worn when she visited Italy with Prince Charles in 1985. If you're looking for the more affordable option, we'd say start your bids on this piece, as it's expected to be priced around a low $19,000 CDN.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales during a trip to Venice, Italy in 1985.
BRB, calling all our relatives for money so we can get our hands on this piece of royal history.
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