Princess Diana was known for her charismatic and friendly aura, which made her the People’s Princess. Besides that she was considered to be extremely photogenic and was a leader of fashion during 1980s and 1990s. That is why; several renowned artists and photographers were keen to capture her. And in The Princess Diana Museum some of these artists and individuals were interviewed that include Richard Dalton , David Sassoon , Jacques Azagury , Caroline Charles , Roland Klein , Victor Edelstein , Mervyn Wycherley , John Minihan , John Swannell , Jeffrey Archer , Bill Mundy , Richard Young , Pegasus , Barbara Hamilton , Barry Iverson, Karen Santry and Jenni Revitt. Visitors can listen to exclusive personal interviews with many of the individuals and artists connected to the historical pieces that are on display in the museum.

Among the various artists and photographers, David Bailey, a portrait and fashion photographer came into limelight when he claimed that Diana was not the most beautiful woman in the world! He said that “I mean she was a nice girl, she came to my studio a few times and she was a pleasant enough woman, but a great beauty she wasn’t.” However, he is known for capturing some of the most enticing portraits of the Princess, which are displayed in the museum.

If you are interested in exploring the life of Princess Diana in the most authentic way, then making a visit to The Princess Diana Museum is the best way out. However, in the current situation where COVID-19 has hit the world hard, in-person visits to the museum may not be possible for everyone. That is why; the museum is offering virtual tours of the museum so that you can enjoy the various aspects of the Princess’s life at the comforts of your home.

“​The Princess Diana Museum is the first and only of its kind, affordable and accessible online 24/7 to all with no special technical knowledge required.  Princess Diana’s historical items have been photographed in high resolution 2D & 3D using the latest techniques in photogramme try and virtual reality (VR) allowing visitors to see these incredible iconic pieces up close from the comforts of their own home, anywhere around the world. Once inside the museum a virtual avatar will guide you through the museum in English or Spanish and an exclusive community chat feature will enable visitors to share experiences in real time inside The Princess Diana Museum creating a sense of belonging.  We hope this virtual journey will unite people from all around the world and activate your desire to “give back”, help others in your community expecting nothing in return and treat each other with kindness…as Diana once did.” – says a spokesperson at The Princess Diana Museum.

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The Princess Diana Museum and The Princess & The Platypus Foundation are a 501(c)(3) Public Charity. Their mission is to fundraise in order to acquire, loan, maintain, preserve, educate and display to the public items of historical and cultural interest relating to Diana, Princess of Wales, and to give back to other charities in her honor. Know more at

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