Discover how ‘the most photographed woman in the world’ used her fashion sense to captivate and inspire.
For nearly two decades, Princess Diana’s choice of outfit was as much in the news as her royal engagements and personal life.
Aware of her place in the spotlight, the Princess used her appearance to shape public perception and help publicise the charities she loved. From the pink Emanuel blouse worn for her engagement portrait to the ink blue velvet dress she was wearing as she danced with John Travolta, this exhibition explores the development of her ever-evolving style.
PLEASE NOTE: National Art Pass holders can join the priority queue to enter the Palace without pre-booking. (It is not possible to pre-book online with a National Art Pass; you will still be admitted even if online tickets are sold out).