On July 29, 1981, Lady Diana Spencer married Charles, Prince of Wales in front of 3,500 guests and 750 million viewers worldwide. You've probably already seen the famous photos from that day, from the bride entering St. Paul's Cathedral in her Elizabeth and David Emanuel gown to the newlyweds waving from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. What you haven't seen are the following photos, taken by the assistant of Lord Patrick Lichfield, a first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth and the only informal photographer permitted to take photos at the wedding.
The bestselling ‘Princess Diaries’ author explains why princesses can be feminists. “The first princess I ever wrote fan fiction about was Princess Leia,” Princess Diaries author Meg Cabot tells Yahoo Beauty. The Star Wars heroine definitely made an impression on Cabot from an early age.