A look back at Princess Diana's most iconic outfits. See the blue skirt suit she wore to announce her engagement to Prince Charles and her fairytale wedding dress.
The royal has three children — George, Charlotte and Louis — with wife Kate Middleton.
Thomas Markle was accidentally included in the palace’s “Order of Service” ahead of the royal wedding. Kensington Palace has released nitty-gritty details on the royal wedding ceremony with one glaring oversight — Thomas Markle is still included in the program. On Friday, the palace tweeted a 22-page document titled “The Official Order of Service” for the nuptials of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, an overview of music, prayers, processions, and readings that will occur at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday.
A group of women who are obsessed with Meghan Markle's fashion choices have a pretty good idea what she'll wear on her wedding day — and beyond.
When Prince Charles and Princess Diana officially ended their marriage in 1996, after 15 years, Diana was the most talked-about woman in the world. Besides theirs being the most famous divorce in the world at the time, Diana, Princess of Wales, had a style aesthetic that fascinated the public — during her engagement, marriage, and separation, as well as after the divorce.After a few early stumbles (the ’80s weren’t kind to most women), Diana became renowned for the wit she showed with her style. She honed a rebellious glamour over the years, and there was something joyful about her sartorial choices. It’s why her style still resonates, 20 years after her death on Aug. 31, 1997.When it comes to her fashion legacy, Diana was a style icon to millions of women. Her evolution from scruffy Sloane Ranger — a distinctive upper-class look of the time — to chic sophisticate sparked and reignited numerous trends. Scroll through for a peek at many of the looks she was behind.Read more from Yahoo Style + BeautyFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
If you’re at an event and the thought of shaking hands with a stranger isn’t your cup of tea, then you might want to invest in a good clutch bag. As reported in Good Housekeeping, when the Duchess of Cambridge is at an event, she holds her clutch in front of her, in both hands, “when shaking hands might be awkward.”“It is protocol that you do not extend your hand to any member of the royal family (blood royal or those who have married into the family) unless their hand extends first,” further explained The Daily Mail’s royal expert William Hanson. Hence why the royal wants something she can hold with both hands.The style then allows her to easily switch to one hand when necessary.ALSO SEE: Why Kate Middleton won’t sign autographs (and 5 other things royals aren’t allowed to do)Kate isn’t the only royal whose fashion statements hold a deeper meaning. Scroll through the gallery above to see more hidden meanings of royal fashion.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
During a 5-day visit to Warsaw, Poland, with Prince William and their children, Kate Middleton wore a white, low-cut dress by Polish designer Gosia Baczynska.
As Princess Kate sat on the famous " Diana bench" alongside Prince William at the Taj Mahal on Saturday, she sat in a distinctive, and very elegant way – her knees and ankles were clasped firmly together and her legs were slanted to the side, creating a zig-zag effect as she posed for photographs. It's a pose she's struck many times before. In fact, eagle-eyed royal fans may notice that she almost always sits with her legs leaning to one side whenever she's seated at a public event. ...