The Spencer Tiara Used by Lady Diana Spencer on the day of her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981, the Spencer Tiara is made of gold and entirely covered in diamonds. Thought to be a Spencer family heirloom, the tiara has gone through many changes since its first recorded appearance in 1875, when a single element of the tiara was left to Lady Sarah Spencer. Since then, the tiara has been remounted and four other elements added to it, creating what we now know as the Spencer Tiara today.
Elizabeth Emanuel's scrapbook from Diana and Charles's wedding - including swatches from Di's gown - set to fetch £5,000 at auction
Princess Diana's Dress Details: A 25-foot train accented Diana's ivory Emanuel gown, made of 40 yards of silk taffeta; five extra copies were made as backups. For good luck, a small diamond-studded gold horseshoe was sewn into her gown.-can you imagine how heavy this dress is, beautiful yes, but must weigh a TON