These images were taken off the tour website, since attendees can't take photos during the exhibit itself. When you first walk in, the first thing you see a magnificant tiara from the Spencer family collection. It was really breathtaking! There were several photos, movies, memorabilia, and jewels from Diana's family. There is also a portrait of Diana's grandmother, and it's amazing how much they looked alike. Diana's father was a amateur photographer, so there are lots of still images and movies of her as a child.
I left feeling renewed sadness that her life was cut so short. She was such a great humanitarian and connected with people from all walks of life. As a testiment to how admired she was, there was a whole wall of bound condolence books from around the world. You can't help but wonder what her life would have been like had she lived longer and found a more compatible mate.