Two dresses that were worn by Diana, Princess of Wales will be put on display to the public after they were bought by a charity at an auction yesterday. Ten of her dresses were on sale in the auction.
Historic Royal Palaces, which runs Diana's former residence Kensington Palace, bought the dresses for nearly £130,000. It is hoping to display at least one of the new dresses in an exhibition this summer alongside other items from the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection.
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