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Nearly 55 million Americans rose before 6:00 a.m. to see Prince Charles and Princess Diana's July 29, 1981 nuptials.

Royal Flashback: Princess Diana's Wedding Day

Nearly 55 million Americans rose before 6:00 a.m. to see Prince Charles and Princess Diana's July 29, 1981 nuptials.

Princess Diana's Wedding Dress: Top 5 Facts: Girls in White Dresses - the wedding dress Princess Diana wore for her 1981 nuptials to Prince Charles.

Princess Diana's Wedding Dress: Top 5 Facts

Princess Diana's Wedding Dress: Top 5 Facts: Girls in White Dresses - the wedding dress Princess Diana wore for her 1981 nuptials to Prince Charles.

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Princess Diana and Prince Charles: The Unreal Wedding

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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.

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.

July 29, 1981: Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer in Saint Paul's Cathedral. Princess Diana wedding dress close up

July 29, 1981: Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer in Saint Paul's Cathedral. Princess Diana wedding dress close up

Diana's wedding dress was made from three different types of fabric, including high-quality taffeta made from silk woven on Britain’s Lullingstone silk farm, more than 100 yards of tulle, and lace that once belonged to Queen Mary, which the designer and her mother hand-embroidered with more than 10,000 pearls and sequins.

Diana's wedding dress was made from three different types of fabric, including high-quality taffeta made from silk woven on Britain’s Lullingstone silk farm, more than 100 yards of tulle, and lace that once belonged to Queen Mary, which the designer and her mother hand-embroidered with more than 10,000 pearls and sequins.

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