A copy of the late Princess Diana's wedding dress, as well as a whole other host of royal replicas, are to go under the hammer for charity next week.
The auction being held on 29 November will see a number of other immitation-royal heirlooms sold, including Lady Diana's wedding dress and shoes.
The duplicate bridal shoes, designed and made by Clive Shilton, fitted to and worn by Princess Diana, are expected to sell for between £50,000 and £70,000. The Emanuel replica of her royal highness Princess Diana's bridal gown is expected to sell for a whopping £60,000.
The items are especially rare as they were made from the same fabrics and trimmings of the original; commissioned at Princess Diana's request for Madame Tussauds.
The sale also includes the Madame Tussauds commissioned wedding dresses for the Countess of Wessex and Sarah the Duchess of York.