The iconic dress made from 40 yards of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace?
The extravagant creation covered with around 10,000 sequins and that boasts a 25 foot long cathedral train?
Well, right now the dress is sitting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in a glass box; it is part of an exhibition touring the world under the watchful eyes of the Spencer family (Diana’s family).
“14 years after Diana’s death, it is frozen in time. Sealed in a glass case, now absolutely priceless, it can only be touched by gloved curators,” says the UK’s Daily Mirror. “More than a million people have queued to see it – and ticket sales have raised well over £1million for charity.”
Only two people are allowed to touch the gown: Nick Grossmark and Graeme Murton.
“They travel the globe with the dress and are the only people allowed to touch it, wearing special gloves,” says the Mirror.
“It is simply magnificent, and the most famous dress ever. At the wedding, it was seen by almost a billion people,” said Mr. Grossmark to the Mirror.
“It is fairytale fantasy, a typical princess’s wedding gown. It’s like something out of Walt Disney,”