Princess Diana's wedding
“The Crown” scenes we’d like to see: The Big Fat Wedding of the Century
For her fairytale wedding, Diana arrives in a pumpkin coach pulled by 12 white mice. Her gown has a 25-foot train of taffeta, ivory, arsenic and old lace.
That other guy, Prince What's-his-name of Wales, arrives in a VW bus.
The congregation at St. Paul’s Cathedral consists of 3,502 dignitaries, old nobility, social climbers, and a few people Diana actually knows.
Music during the ceremony includes “Pomp and Circumcision,” “Theme from the Mickey Mouse Club in D Major,” and “Good Luck, You’re Gonna Need It” by Spike Jones and the City Slickers.
The Windsors covered the vast majority of the wedding expenses. The Spencers paid for Diana’s wedding gown and the open bar at the reception.
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