The Duke of Cambridge and his brother will be given the wedding dress their mother wore when she said 'I do' to Prince Charles after Harry turns 30 on September 15.
Prince William and Prince Harry are set to receive Princess Diana's wedding gown. According to The Telegraph, Diana's will stipulated that her brother, Earl Spencer, would "look after" the dress until Harry's 30th birthday, which is September 15.
The dress, which Diana wore when she said "I do" to Prince Charles in 1981, was designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. The silk-and-taffeta lace dress, which features thousands of pearls, silk layers and a 25ft-train, has been part of an exhibition called "Diana: A Celebration". The dress was displayed around the world, most recently at the Cincinnati Museum Center in the U.S.
Besides the gown, William and Harry will also receive other objects from the exhibition, including twenty-eight other dresses which belonged to Diana, two diamond tiaras, "other priceless family jewels," family paintings, photos, letters and home movies.
Harry will also receive 10 million pounds when he turns 30, which will be placed in a family trust. William also received the same amount of inheritance on his 30th birthday two years ago.