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Love this photo! Not showing her hair, it reveals her beauty even more.

May HRH Diana, Princess of Wales visited a Commonwealth war grave in the desert and laid a wreath in memory of British and Commonwealth troops who died in the Second World War campaign which led to the victory of El Alamein in 1942

Princess Diana and her 3 strand pearl choker which was an 18th birthday present from her Father.

Princess Diana and her 3 strand pearl choker which was an birthday present from her Father, Earle Spencer.

7 strand pearl choker with oval sapphire and diamond cluster (originally a brooch given her by the Queen Mother as a wedding present).  The double cluster pendant earrings she had made from the King Fahd parure watch band.  See the Leslie Field book, The Queen's Jewels.

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Princess Diana  "The seven-strand pearl choker that  stunned the world."  The large sapphire with two  rows of diamonds surrounding  it was originally a brooch, given to the Princess by  Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother as a wedding gift.  The Princess wore it as a  brooch on two occasions,  but decided to have it altered to be  the center piece of a pearl choker.

Princess Diana "The seven-strand pearl choker that stunned the world." The large…

October 30, 1985: Princess Diana at a ball held at the Southern Cross Hotel, Melbourne, Australia.

October Princess Diana at a ball held at the Southern Cross Hotel, Melbourne, Australia. Photo by Tim Anderson-alpha-Globe Photos

Princess Dianas 6 strand pearl and sapphire choker

Diana's sapphires December 1996 Diana Princess of Wales during The Costume Institute Gala Honors at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Britains Princess Diana and her son Prince William return by carriage to Windsor Castle, England on April 21, 1986, after a Thanksgiving Service to mark the 60th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. (AP Photo / Bob Dear)

Britain's Princess Diana and her son Prince William return by carraige to Windsor Castle, England, on April after a Thanksgiving Service to mark the Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.

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