Princess Diana’s iconic sheep jumper from the 80s is going back on sale – but it’s not cheap – The Sun

CALLING all Princess Diana fans – one of the Royal's most iconic items of clothing from the 80s is set to hit the rails one again.

Yes that's right, it's your chance to own a piece of Lady Di's wardrobe, but it doesn't come cheap.

The iconic sheep jumper from posh clothing company Rowing Blazers re-releasing a selection of Diana's go-to jumpers for £185.99 each.

The 'Warm and wonderful' jumper features dozens of little white sheep – and one black one – set on a bold red background.

The original item is currently on display in the V&A museum – but Rowing Blazers is re-releasing a select number for today's fashionistas to own.

The eye-catching piece of knitwear was often worn by Lady Di around the time of the announcement of her engagement to Prince Charles in 1981.

What's more, the company are also bringing out another of the Duchess's favourite knits – a salmon number with 'I am a Luxury' emblazoned on the chest.

Diehard Diana fans will remember the Duchess wearing the slogan jumper, which reads, 'I am a luxury,' on the front and, 'few can afford' on the back.

Jack Carlson, Rowing Blazers’ creative director, said: ‘Collaborating with the original designers is exactly what makes this so special to me.

"I think there’s a lot of nostalgia in the air right now, and a great renewed interest in Diana’s style in particular."

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