Sunday, August 29, 2010

Princess Diana dolls through the years, 1982 - Present; Princess Di Bride Dolls


Way Out Toys, Goldberger and an unidentified porcelain Princess Diana dolls
Photo: Kathryn E. Darden

Princess Diana dolls through the years, 1982 - Present: Part 1

Princess Diana was born on July 1, 1961. She married Prince Charles on July 29, 1981 and died in an automobile accident on August on 31,1997. In honor of the 13th anniversary of her death, we will take a look at some of the Princess Diana dolls issued before and after her death. Princess Di doll photos, slideshow, and links.
Princess Diana Porcelain doll by J. Misa Limited 5000 Princess Diana Porcelain Doll in White Dress Princess Diana Tribute Lifelike Baby Doll: Rose by The Ashton-Drake Galleries




Princess Diana wedding dolls through the years; a look at Princess Di bride dolls

Princess Diana Bride Dolls after Diana's Wedding

As reported in Princess Diana dolls through the years; a look at Princess Di dolls past & present, Part 1, after the royal wedding of Charles & Diana in 1981, several doll companies created Diana bride dolls. Doll manufacturers have continued to make dolls of Princess Diana in her wedding into the present day. Click on the links and see the slideshow below for photos of some of the Princess Diana wedding dolls.

Princess Diana Dolls: Remembering Diana, Princess of Wales, with Collector Dolls

Diana, Princess of Wales, Has Had Many Dolls Created in Her Likeness
Born Diana Frances Spencer on July 1, 1961, the woman who was later known as "Princess Di" became one of the world's most popular and recognized icons when she married Prince Charles on July 29, 1981. In the months preceding her marriage, her face could be seen on the covers of magazines, her likeness on various knick knacks, and following her marriage to Prince Charles, several collector dolls were issued depicting Diana in her wedding dress. Her popularity only increased during the years following her fairy tale wedding, and Diana, Princess of Wales, became known as "The People's Princess."

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