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“Everyone needs to be valued. Everyone has the potential to give something back.” – Princess Diana


Removed from the office door of their Royal Highnesses, The Prince & Princess of Wales, after their divorce.

Being a Princess and part of the Royal Family is too much work for one person to do all alone.  The Royal Court Gallery explores Diana’s relationship with those who worked for her dubbed The “A” Team.  These include Mervyn Wycherley (Head Chef), Ken Wharf (Bodyguard), Reginald Wilcock (the Queen Mother’s under-butler) and Peter Settelen (Diana’s voice coach who conducted her most personal interview ever). 

Richard Dalton was Princess Diana’s hairdresser for over 12 years and was involved with of all of her iconic hairdos. He traveled the globe with her to ensure Diana was “princess-ready” at all times.

We are fortunate to know Richard Dalton and are super-excited that he has contributed  to our museum by sharing some of his most memorable moments with Princess Diana to preserve for all time. 

We are excited to announce that Renae Plant the curator of the Princess Diana Museum and Richard Dalton are about to release their very first book "It's All About the Hair, My Decade With Diana, HRH Princess Of Wales".  


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October 1985 Diana chats with Richard outside the aircraft during a refueling stopover in Fiji. Come visit the Princess Diana 3D Virtual Museum to find out what he and Princess Diana are laughing about.

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Over 50 hand written hair appointments

Jenni Rivett, who was Diana’s personal fitness trainer for seven years, received Diana’s original “Sloppy Joe” sweater as a gift. This sweater is now on display, along with Diana’s handwritten fitness appointments, cards, and other special gifts.

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Visit The Princess Diana Museum to view never-before-seen items from Diana’s life.

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