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Diana's Train to Fame: Diana's wedding gown, designed by Elizabeth Emmanuel, boasted hand-embroidered lace, sequins, and 10,000 pearls. The 25-foot train barely fit in the glass carriage she rode in to her wedding at St. Paul's Cathedral.

Lady Diana Spencer, July That iconic moment when Lady Di stepped from the Glass Carriage onto the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral as the crowds got a first glimpse of that "That Dress".

July Lady Diana Spencer marries Prince Charles at St. Charles, Prince of Wales, bows and his bride, Lady Diana, curtsies to Queen Elizabeth as they leave St Paul's Cathedral (Getty photo)

Don’t be nervous: Diana chats to five-year-old bridesmaid Clementine Hambro under the watchful eye of the Queen

Diana and the dress of the century

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Royal weddings: A brief history

Lady Diana Spencer on the arm of her father, Earl Spencer, on her wedding day, 1981.

A chip off the old block: Is Earl Spencer turning into his father at the age of 46?

July Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer in Saint Paul's Cathedral. *LADY DIANA SPENCER ~ on the arm of her father, Earl Spencer, on her wedding day,

Dutch designers Victor & Rolf reportedly spent 600 hours creating this silk wedding gown for Mabel when she wed Prince Friso in 2004. Check out the train...a total of 248 handmade bows adorn her dress. Nothing but the finest for this princess!

Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau from So Many Royal Wedding Dresses!

July Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer in Saint Paul's Cathedral. Lady Diana Frances Spencer leaving the church, Now known as Her Royal Highness Diana Princess of Wales.

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Diana and Charles emerging from St Paul's Cathedral.The gown was decorated with hand embroidery, sequins, and pearls. The lace used to trim it was antique hand-made Carrickmacross lace which had belonged to Queen Mary.

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