One of Princess Diana"s most glamorous gowns saved by the Royal Palaces

One of Princess Diana”s most glamorous gowns saved by the Royal Palaces

10:28 AM on 1st October 2011

Exclusive view: The formal dinner dress by Zandra Rhodes worn by the late Princess of Wales, Diana for state visit to Japan is now in the care of curator, Deirdre Murphy at Kensington Palace

Exclusive view: The formal dinner dress by Zandra Rhodes worn by the late Princess of Wales, Diana for state visit to Japan is now in the care of curator, Deirdre Murphy at Kensington Palace

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Flashback: The Princess of Wales modelling the fairytale dress decorated with rhinestones, crystal beads and pearl droplets, which she wore at a 1986 State Banquet in Kyoto, Japan

Artifacts: Rebecca finds a Royal Steward tartan silk shawl, worn by Queen Victoria on trips to Balmoral, which she mentioned in her diary

Artifacts: Rebecca finds a Royal Steward tartan silk shawl, worn by Queen Victoria on trips to Balmoral, which she mentioned in her diary

Princess Charlotte mittens  hand embroidered linen mittens worn by the daughter of George IV and Caroline of Brunswick Princess Patricias Coronet worn by Princess Patricia to her uncle King Edward VIIs coronation in 1902 and was supplied Garrards, the Royal Jewellers.

Moments in time: Hand embroidered linen mittens worn by Princess Charlotte, the daughter of George IV and Caroline of Brunswick (left) and a miniature crown supplied Garrards, the Royal Jewellers, worn by Princess Patricia to her uncle King Edward VII”s coronation in 1902 (right)

Masquerade: An fancy dress item worn by Princess Margaret in gold brocade, decorated with crystals

Masquerade: An fancy dress item worn by Princess Margaret in gold brocade, decorated with crystals

Dressing up: Paper dolls made by 14 year-old Harriet Johnson in 1787, modelled on some of Queen Charlotte Dressing up: Paper dolls made by 14 year-old Harriet Johnson in 1787, modelled on some of Queen Charlotte Dressing up: Paper dolls made by 14 year-old Harriet Johnson in 1787, modelled on some of Queen Charlotte

Child”s play: Paper dolls made by 14 year-old Harriet Johnson in 1787, based on Queen Charlotte”s outfits

Collaboration: Disney and the Historic Royal Palaces have teamed up

Collaboration: Disney and the Historic Royal Palaces have teamed up