Remembering The Iconic Princess Diana 25 Years After Her Death

Remembering The Iconic Princess Diana 25 Years After Her Death
On this day 25 years ago, the world lost Princess Diana to a shocking car crash. 25 years after her death, she is ever as beloved, if not more. Mother to Prince William and Prince Harry, and the ex-wife of Prince Charles, Princess Diana won hearts all over the world from the moment she stepped in front of the media circuit. Known for her soft-spoken, cheery disposition, her fanbase was solidified even further when it was revealed that Prince Charles had cheated on her with his now-wife Camilla Parker Bowles. With the masses fully on her side, Diana became a true public darling. She also became quite the trendsetter, and today in honor of her legacy, we'll take a look at some of her most iconic moments.


Electric blue is what Lady Diana wore on the day she got engaged to Prince Charles. This photo marks the first public appearance of the two as a couple since the beginning of their six-month courtship.

Following her engagement, Lady Diana graced the cover of Vogue in its February 1981 issue, dressed in striking emerald green.

Following their engagement announcement, the two stepped out to attend a recital in London, where Lady Di wore a black gown with a plunging neckline that she said the photographers all got 'excited' about.


Officially Princess Diana, the wedding with Prince Charles was the most watched event at the time, and Diana herself looked like a fairytale princess in a beautiful bespoke wedding dress with a gigantic trail. The dress has since been passed down to Prince William and Harry, who have allowed for it to be displayed in London.

Princess Diana looks beautiful in bright red at the announcement of the birth of her second child, Prince Harry.

An iconic Diana moment, that shows why she was beloved by all: she was relatable and accessible. Literally a sleeping beauty.

Her sense of fashion was very chic and timeless. Elegant cuts and just the right amount of accessorizing.

People have dubbed this her 'revenge dress', as this was her first public appearance following the rumors of Prince Charle's infidelity.

And of course, how could we forget her iconic trip to Pakistan? She wore a variety of kameez shalwaar's designed by the best Pakistani designers, such as Rizwan Beyg.

And finally, she served real girl-boss moments in a lot of her post-divorce outfits. Lots of power suits, athleisure wear and button downs made her the iconic fashion icon we know her as today.