London, March 10 Five “famous” gowns of Princess Diana will soon be put on display for the public for the first time at the Kensington Palace in Britain.
The exhibition titled “Diana: Glimpses Of A Modern Princess” will showcase three gowns which have never been put on public display before, the Daily Express reported.
Queen Elizabeth will formally reopen the Kensington Palace after a 12 million-pound renovation.
The dresses on display include a black silk taffeta gown with a plunging neckline that the then 19-year-old Diana wore on her first official engagement with Prince Charles at Goldsmiths’ Hall in London in March 1981.
The current owner of the gown — Chilean national Jorge Yarur Bascunan — has loaned the dress for the exhibition, along with a Catherine Walker dress Diana wore in Thailand in 1988 and a cocktail dress by Bellville Sassoon Lorcan Mullany.
The exhibition will open from March 26.