Your next adventure: Follow in the world’s most fashionable royal footsteps and go on a princess tour
Follow in the world’s most fashionable royal footsteps…
Be reminded of Princess Diana’s impeccable sense of style at a new exhibition
They include her outfits, from ‘working wardrobe’ items to evening gowns
Be reminded of Princess Diana’s impeccable sense of style at a new exhibition of outfits, from ‘working wardrobe’ items to evening gowns.
INSIDER TIP: Don’t miss the dark blue velvet gown by Victor Edelstein, worn by Diana when she danced with John Travolta at the White House.
DETAILS: Diana: Her Fashion Story opens on February 24 at Kensington Palace, hrp.org.uk. The Baglioni offers a Royal Visit package from £420 per room per night, including a private Palace tour and Champagne afternoon tea, baglionihotels.com.
SWEDEN’S CROWNING GLORY
The 18th-century Royal Palace of Stockholm is the official residence of King Carl Gustaf XVI and Queen Silvia, who last year celebrated 40 years of marriage. By way of commemoration, five exquisite royal wedding dresses are on display until April 23.
INSIDER TIP: Visit the Royal Treasury.
DETAILS: Royal Wedding Dresses is included in entry to the palace from 160 SEK (£14), royalpalaces.se. Victory Hotel rooms from 2,590 SEK (£235), thecollectorshotels.se. Flights from £100 return, britishairways.com.
Empress Elisabeth of Austria, known as Sisi, was renowned for her beauty, rebellious spirit and untimely end — she was assassinated in 1898. Vienna’s Hofburg, the former Imperial Palace, houses the Sisi Museum of her dresses, jewels and accessories.
INSIDER TIP: Look out for the coat used to cover Sisi after her murder.
DETAILS: Tickets to the Hofburg from £11, imperial-austria.at. Three-night trip to Vienna from £469 pp incl B&B at the 3* Superior Hotel Savoy, flights and transfers, kirkerholidays.com.
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