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El atrevido vestido con el que Lady Di se vengó de Carlos

El «Lazos de sangre» dedicado a los Windsor lo acabó copando –estaba cantado, incluso por Elton John– Diana de Gales. La mayor parte del foco se la llevó «La princesa del pueblo» genuina, pues fue así como la apodó Tony Blair tras su muerte, y mucho antes –por supuesto– del advenimiento de B elén Esteban. Dentro de este protagonismo de Lady Di hubo un apartado especial para el llamado «vestido de la venganza», que el pasado mes cumplió 26 años. Primero hay que ponerse en situación. Es el 29 de junio de 1994. Diana de Gales y Carlos de Inglaterra, en crisis permanente casi desde su matrimonio en 1981, llevan separados desde 1992. El Príncipe de Gales va acudir a un programa televisivo a confesar la verdad sobre la que había sido su amante y hoy es su esposa, Camilla Parker Bowles. Diana no se resigna a quedarse en su casa aguantando el chaparrón. Decide aceptar una invitación para una gala de «Vanity Fair». No va ataviada de cualquier manera. El vestido es el mensaje. «La Casa Real británica prohibe vestir de negro salvo que sea de luto», recordó durante el programa la empresaria y periodista Fiona Ferrer. El que lleva puesto de Diana no solo es negro. Es corto, es escotado. Es el vestido de la venganza. Así fue bautizada por la prensa esta prenda, que tiene hasta entrada en la Wikipedia . Aunque no se comentó en el programa, es un diseño de la griega Christina Stambolian. «Ahí nació una nueva Diana», señalaron al unísono en el programa. La que se convirtió en musas de cantantes y artistas variados. La que se volcó en la ayuda a los más desfavorecidos. La que internacionalizó la causa contra las minas antipersona, campaña internacional que obtuvo el Nobel de la Paz en 1997. Segunda opción En realidad, ese vestido no fue su primera opción. Al parecer, iba a vestir un Valentino, pero el italiano presumió de ello antes de tiempo y aquello no sentó bien a Diana. Así que rescató del armario una prenda «de cuatro o cinco años atrás». Impactó con ella. Tras aquella entrevista de Carlos y la aparición de Lady Di con el vestido de la venganza, el mundo enteró se preguntó lo que ayer Carmen Lomana dijo en alto: «¿Qué hace con Camila teniendo este cañón en casa?». Lo que hacía con Camila lo sabemos bien –el tampax, ya saben–. Y lo que hizo Diana después, también. Cambió de estilo y cambió de vida. Empezó el camino que, a su muerte, la encumbró. Porque aquel 31 de de agosto de 1997 «murió una princesa pero nació una leyenda», como recalcó Boris Izaguirre.
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