Royal fashionista Lady Helen Taylor with Mario Testino (centre) and her husband Tim
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Model and heiress Jasmine Guinness cut a striking figure just a few weeks after the birth of her second son
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23 NOVEMBER 2005

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With a palace as the venue, a universal icon as the subject, and one of the world's most renowned photographers as the host, it was small wonder that glamorous, high society luminaries flocked to the opening of Mario Testino's exhibition on the late Diana, Princess of Wales, on Tuesday.

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Royal fashionista Lady Helen Taylor joined a bevy of beauties including Liberty Ross and Jasmine Guinness at the Kensington Palace event. The display of previously unseen pictures taken just a few months before Diana's death is expected to double visitors to the Princess' former home this year.

Fifteen huge pictures vie for the eye alongside plasma screens depicting further Diana images, amid spectacular silver and sunshine yellow surroundings. The Princess' two sons, who were consulted at every step of the set-up, paid a private visit to the palace earlier this week to see the outcome.

"William and Harry went to see the exhibition privately and thought it was a wonderful tribute to their mother," said a Clarence House spokesperson.



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