Diana Dress Display in California?

Ever since the Virgin Megastore closed at Downtown Disney’s West Side, speculation has been rampant on what will go inside the shuttered space. The latest rumor states that an agreement has been signed between Disney and Maureen Rorech Dunkel, a woman who purchased 14 of the princess’s dresses just weeks before her death, to display them at Downtown Disney.Click here to read the report.

Since this rumor is not confirmed. there is no word on whether there will be an admission charge to view the dresses if they do indeed come to Disney. There is also the question of whether the display would be permanent or just a temporary attraction until something else moves into the enormous store.

The Disney name is certainly tied closely to princesses, albeit the fictional kind. Time will tell whether Diana (pictured at right), a real-life princess who had a not so happily ever after, will join them.

Since this rumor is not confirmed. there is no word on whether there will be an admission charge to view the dresses if they do indeed come to Disney. There is also the question of whether the display would be permanent or just a temporary attraction until something else moves into the enormous store.

The Disney name is certainly tied closely to princesses, albeit the fictional kind. Time will tell whether Diana (pictured at right), a real-life princess who had a not so happily ever after, will join them.

Ever since the Virgin Megastore closed at Downtown Disney’s West Side, speculation has been rampant on what will go inside the shuttered space. The latest rumor states that an agreement has been signed between Disney and Maureen Rorech Dunkel, a woman who purchased 14 of the princess’s dresses just weeks before her death, to display them at Downtown Disney.Click here to read the report.

Since this rumor is not confirmed. there is no word on whether there will be an admission charge to view the dresses if they do indeed come to Disney. There is also the question of whether the display would be permanent or just a temporary attraction until something else moves into the enormous store.

The Disney name is certainly tied closely to princesses, albeit the fictional kind. Time will tell whether Diana (pictured at right), a real-life princess who had a not so happily ever after, will join them.

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