The extraordinary life of Diana, Princess of Wales was a chronicle of jewels, each marking a distinct juncture in her life. Beginning with the infamous sapphire engagement ring which Kate now wears, this revealing programme follows the story of Diana's most famous gems.
For over six decades her face has been on British stamps and money and over 20 million people worldwide tune in to her Christmas Day Speech every year. Whether in tweed or the crown jewels Queen Elizabeth is instantly recognisable. The Changing Face of the Queen explores the changes to Her Maje...
The Royal Jewels truly represent the mystery and majesty of Monarchy on display, with the Imperial State Crown itself featuring no less than 2,800 diamonds.
This is a fascinating glimpse into the world of the Queen's personal jewellery collection.
A fascinating insight into the creation of Princess Diana's fashion style, from pie-crust collars to Versace and vintage Givenchy. We meet the visionaries who helped her establish her personal 'brand' and follow her transformation into the world's best-dressed Royal, spanning ten whirlwind years.
The priceless collection of the british Crown Jewels is beyond compare and associated with countless legends and intriguing stories.
Not only have the jewels survived wars, revolution and theft, they continue to draw thousands of visitors to London each year.
Perhaps the most photographed woman on the planet, Diana, Princess of Wales lived a short, tumultuous life in which she was revered by the public for her charity work and yet hounded mercilessly by the paparazzi.
Diana, Princess of Wales, was an extraordinary figure. Her effortless elegance, her ability to relate to the common person, and her devotion as a mother led to her becoming one of the most adored public figures in history. She helped to break down barriers between the British Royal Family and eve...
After her tragic and untimely death, Princess Diana left a legacy in her charities and causes.
Remembered here by her closest friends as loyal, steadfast and having an incredible level of compassion and remarkable intuition.
When twenty one year old Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles in 1981 watched by 750 million people worldwide after a string of unsuitable girlfriends, the public thought that they had finally found their happy ending.
It was not long, however, before the cracks began to show as they embarke...
Thrust into public life at age 19, Diana soon became a world-famous mother - a role that that remained her chief concern for the rest of her life as she reinvented Royal parenting for a new generation. Her devotion as a mother had an enormous impact on her children who continue the tradition of l...