Princess Diana’s iconic wedding dress, and 150 pieces of memorabilia will be displayed at the Cincinnati Museum Center next year, from Feb. 14 to Aug. 17.
The items will be displayed before they must be turned over to her sons.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles, heir to the English throne got married in St. Paul’s Cathedral in London on July 29, 1981, an event watched by an estimated 750 million around the world. Charles and Diana divorced in 1996, and Diana died in a car crash in Paris on Aug. 31, 1997.
Besides the ivory silk wedding dress, the exhibit includes:
28 outfits, including designer gowns and suits.
Home movies and photos.
Childhood toys and other personal items.
Condolence books signed by the public after Diana’s death.
2 diamond tiaras and other family jewels.
A copy of the song sung by Elton John at Diana’s funeral, signed by him and co-writer Bernie Taupin.