Diana’s wedding ceremony costume first fitted in underground vault you’ll be able to go to at no cost | Music | Entertainment | EUROtoday

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Back in 1981 Princess Diana needed to be fitted in secret for her wedding ceremony costume, one of many world’s most well-known items of clothes.

The 19-year-old bride-to-be had personally chosen designers David and Elizabeth Emanuel to create the robe that includes 10,000 pearls and a 25 foot prepare.

Heading undercover to Old Park Lane to the decrease ranges of an outdated Coutts financial institution as soon as used to guard Queen Elizabeth’s coffers, that is supposedly the place the fiancée of the long run King first tried on the costume undisturbed.

Further fittings for the robe proved troublesome as Princess Diana had developed bulimia and dropped from a dimension 14 to 10 within the months working as much as wedding ceremony, earlier than closing changes had been made at Buckingham Palace forward of the massive day.

Today the underground spot is beneath the unique Hard Rock Cafe’s Rock Shop and is free to go to as a part of the Vault tour.