• Previously unseen Duchess of Cambridge photo shared to mark 38th birthday
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    Previously unseen Duchess of Cambridge photo shared to mark 38th birthday

    Kensington Royal share never before seen photo of Kate Middleton to celebrate her 38th birthday.

  • Meghan Markle's Favorite Flats Had a 25,000-person Waitlist — and They're Finally Back in Stock
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    Meghan Markle's Favorite Flats Had a 25,000-person Waitlist — and They're Finally Back in Stock

    Here’s further proof that the Meghan Effect is real.

  • 21 years on, Princess Diana’s style still sparks fashion trends
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    21 years on, Princess Diana’s style still sparks fashion trends

    It’s been 21 years since her death, yet Princess Diana arguably remains the greatest style icon of the last century.From the moment she joined the royal family, the princess challenged the status quo, wearing the likes of oversized tailoring, figure-hugging LBDs, androgynous suits, leopard print and boiler suits. She indulged in her obvious love for fashion, despite the restraints that so clearly surrounded her.And to this day, the Diana’s style is still celebrated, through countless books dissecting her influence, sell-out exhibitions in her honour, and fan-run Instagram accounts that gush over her everlasting elegance.What’s more, Lady Di’s style influence has even found itself into the mainstream trends of today. In 2018, we’re wearing cycling shorts, animal print and oversized blazers with fervour, but Diana was doing it thirty years ago.We count down the trends we’re wearing today that Diana rocked first…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Princess Diana’s fashion evolution in pictures, from her wedding to her death‘Press not to blame for Princess Diana’s death’, says her former bodyguard‘Meghan isn’t the new Diana,’ says former palace press secretary Dickie Arbiter