The photograph was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery.
A never-before-seen image of the late Princess Diana is set to go on display at Kensington Palace.
The black and white photograph will be part of a new exhibition named “Life Through a Royal Lens” which explores the royal family’s relationship with the camera.
The portrait, taken in 1988 by photographer David Bailey when Diana was 27 years old, was originally commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery.
It sees Diana dressed in a satin one-shoulder dress – a style which was well loved by the royal – and drop earrings.
Princess Diana died in a car accident in Paris in 1997, aged 36 years old.
The Life Through a Royal Lens exhibition, which opens on 4 March and will run until the end of October, will include images spanning from the 19th century, during Queen Victoria’s reign, right up until the present day.
It will include both royal portraiture through the decades as well as intimate family images taken by Royal Family members themselves.
A black and white photograph of the Queen, taken by light artist Chris Levine in 2004, has also been included in the exhibit.
The monarch is pictured looking straight ahead at the camera, wearing her George IV State Diadem tiara and signature pearl necklace.
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