Princess Diana's wedding dress returned 17 years after death
Exactly 17 years after Princess Diana's tragic death, her iconic wedding dress has returned to Princes William and Harry.
For more than a decade the most famous wedding dress on the planet, with its thousands of pearls and 25 foot train, has been circling the globe on an international tour called Diana: A Celebration.
The tour's final stop was in Cincinnati, where tourists paid to see the dress, 28 others, and a number of the Princess's artifacts.
Princess Diana's belongings have been under the care of her brother, Lord Earl Spencer, who was to be responsible for the collection until her children turn thirty. Prince William is now 32 and Prince Harry will be turn thirty September 15th.
Since the exhibit first started, the collection has raised more than $1.6 million for the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, though the young princes are said to be very unhappy that their mother's personal belongings were commercialized.
It's unclear whether or not the dress will be included in any future exhibits or displays.
Remembering Diana, the people's princess: