"Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of the most photographed women in the world, and every fashion choice she made was closely scrutinised.
"The exhibition will bring together an extraordinary collection of garments, ranging from the glamorous evening gowns worn on engagements in the Eighties, to the chic Catherine Walker suits that made-up Diana’s working wardrobe in the Nineties,"
Highlights from the show are said to include the pink Emanuel blouse Diana wore for her engagement portrait by Lord Snowdon in 1981 and the Victor Edelstein velvet gown which she wore at the White House when she famously danced with John Travolta.
The royal residence, which was the Princess's London home for 15 years, will also see the gardens transformed, as an additional element of the exhibition, which will mark 20 years since her tragic death. The temporary White Garden will feature "flowers and foliage inspired by memories of the Princess’s life, image and style", including tulips, narcissi, forget-me-nots, English white roses, ornamental grasses, Cosmos daisies and "billows of graceful Gaura".
Day 1: We arrive in London and go to Kensington Palace for the exhibition. Your entrance ticket give you access to the Exhibition, Gardens and the rest of House itself.
After Kensington Palace, we go to our hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 2: After breakfast, we go into central London and you have free time to do some shopping or sightseeing and perhaps get some lunch.
We go to St Paul’s Cathedral for our guided tour at 1.30pm.
Of course, Diana and Charles were married at St Paul’s on the 29th July 1981. A global event that was watched by 750million people around the World.
After St. Paul’s we leave London for home.
Price includes: Coach, Hotel, full breakfast and admission to Kensington Palace and Guided tour of St. Paul’s. Single room supplement £40
Requests for triple rooms for 3 persons will be twin with Z bed added. Space in room will be limited