A gorgeous ivory white dress worn by Princess Diana in 1986 is being sold at auction — and is expected to go for over $100K! Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see the photos of the garment and learn more!
The dazzling gown designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel — Princess Diana’s wedding dress designer — was worn by the royal during state visit to Bahrain, as part of her Gulf tour.
Since then, it has hung in various closets and belonged to various lucky gals — only to land at an auction house 32 years later.
Some years before Lady D’s death, a housekeeper donated the gown to a second-hand shop.
Then in 1994, the piece was spotted by a shop staffer who bought it for just $255 and intended to wear it to a local party.
The anonymous buyer didn’t wear the dress and didn’t even realize it was Princess Diana’s ivory gown until she saw her wearing it in a documentary following her passing.
Now, the beautiful piece will be sold in auction in South London and is estimated to go for at least $100K!
Radar readers know this is not the first time the late Princess’ prized possessions have been given to the highest bidder. In 2017, some of Diana’s favorite belongings were sold at RR Auction!
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