These are the ivory wedding shoes worn by Princess Diana on her wedding day. The shoes have more than 150 pearls and over 500 sequins. There is also a hand painted motif of flowers, gold hearts and leaves underneath.
The Spencer Tiara is a family heirloom that was once worn by Princess Diana. The tiara, which is made of gold and silver, is believed to have been designed in the 1830s and was remounted in the 20th Century.
Artists with the Cincinnati design firm Landor collaborated on this piece for the "Daughters of the Queen City" exhibit that coincides with "Diana: A Celebration."
Mother Theresa gave Princess Diana this prayer book in 1992. It is on display at the "Diana: A Celebration" exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Mother Theresa died a short time after Diana was killed.
"Diana: A Celebration" is making its last stop of its 16-year world tour at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The exhibit opens to the public on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014.
The "Diana: A Celebration" exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center shows footage from Princess Diana's funeral on Sept. 6, 1997. The exhibit opens to the public on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014.
This is the manuscript for the song "Candle In the Wind" by Bernie Taupin and Elton John that was performed during the funeral for Princess Diana on Sept. 6, 1997. It's on display as part of the "Diana: A Celebration" exhibit.
More than 25 dress and outfits worn by Princess Diana are on display at the Cincinnati Museum Center as part of the "Diana: A Celebration" exhibit. This is the last stop on the world tour which celebrates Diana's life nearly 16 years after her death.
Princess Diana's wedding dress is on display at the "Diana: A Celebration" exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center. The train for her dress is 25 feet long and was handmade from ivory silk and lace. The exhibit opens on Feb. 14, 2014.
This is the Silfield School blazer and knitted scarf Princess Diana wore in 1968. She attended the local nursery school in King’s Lynn, Norfolk until she was 8 years old.