Princess Diana-I have always loved this dress- I hope everybody there was scandalized!  Such a tragic thing to have a husband who does not love you.  I pray she was happy in the end.  I KNOW she's happy now and watching over Will and Kate and baby....

Princess Diana-I have always loved this dress- I hope everybody there was scandalized! Such a tragic thing to have a husband who does not love you. I pray she was happy in the end. I KNOW she's happy now and watching over Will and Kate and baby....

Diana, Princess of Wales with then boyfriend, Dr. Hasnat Kahn. She was very much in love with him, and even traveled to Pakistan to meet his family. They were together for about 2 years when they broke off their relationship as Dr. Khan did not like the presence of the paparazzi everywhere they went.

Diana, Princess of Wales with then boyfriend, Dr. Hasnat Kahn. She was very much in love with him, and even traveled to Pakistan to meet his family. They were together for about 2 years when they broke off their relationship as Dr. Khan did not like the presence of the paparazzi everywhere they went.

Diana’s Impossible Dream - Read Vanity Fair's full September cover story on Princess Diana's last true love and the only person who would never betray her. : Vanity Fair

Diana’s Love for Hasnat Khan—The Only One Who Would Never Betray Her

Diana’s Impossible Dream - Read Vanity Fair's full September cover story on Princess Diana's last true love and the only person who would never betray her. : Vanity Fair

29 August 1985 Prince Charles and Princess Diana meet Pope John Paul II. Private audiences with the Pope are a formal affair. Ladies should wear a long (well below the knees) dress. It should be black, with a matching hat or other head covering and veil. Exceptions are made for Catholic Queens and Queen Consorts who by dispensation may wear white. Hence Diana's  unusual apparel.

29 August 1985 Prince Charles and Princess Diana meet Pope John Paul II. Private audiences with the Pope are a formal affair. Ladies should wear a long (well below the knees) dress. It should be black, with a matching hat or other head covering and veil. Exceptions are made for Catholic Queens and Queen Consorts who by dispensation may wear white. Hence Diana's unusual apparel.

Did too like her! Charles and Diana

Prince Charles Kisses Hand of Princess Diana During the Braemar Games Near Balmoral Castle Scotland

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