On July 29, 1981, Prince Charles and Princess Diana exchanged vows in St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
It was a gorgeous silk taffeta outfit with an 8-foot train, light lace, fine needlework, and 1000 beads.
Only a few people have noticed the bride’s bridal shoes, even if everyone was aware of the gown.
Before a big event, Lady Dee found a ton of specialized designers; many of them were unknown to the general public, but rising celebrities hired them.
The designers of the bride’s bridal gown, as well as the accessories and jewelry, go by the names of David and Elizabeth Emanuel.
They are the ones who came up with the idea of wedding shoes.
It wasn’t simply a pair of shoes; it was a distinctive accessory made of silk fabric by Clive Shilton and adorned with 132 pearls and 542 diamonds.
So, in the middle, there was a handcrafted needlepoint heart made of lace.
Additionally, the kid’s letters, DD and C, were stitched onto the shoes in the form of a heart, intertwined.
The princess thus requested that the shoes have a little heel.
She was beautiful and didn’t wear heels, so she was the same height as her spouse.
She disregarded their request not to embarrass him, especially on her busiest and most crucial day.
Through this small gesture, Lady Dee demonstrated to her beau her generosity, love, and concern.