Cycling It's not a phase it's my life it's not a hobby it's my passion it's not for everyone it's for me poster, canvas

 Cycling It's not a phase it's my life it's not a hobby it's my passion it's not for everyone it's for me poster, canvas

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Fast-forward two years, when Diana turned up in the jumper at another of Charles’s polo matches, and it’s an entirely different story. Now a wife, mother, and international icon, Diana had evolved from naïve ingénue into savvy cover star. With the help of editors at British Vogue, she underwent a dramatic makeover and discovered the power and possibilities of fashion. She knew full well what life was like in the rigid royal fold, and all about her husband’s affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. The “black sheep” jumper, as it will forever be known, meant something much more. Just to punctuate the point, Diana wore it over a blouse with a black bow at the neck. The ribbon tails lead the eye directly down to the black sheep. You can’t miss it.


And then there is this intriguing twist: The sweater Diana wore in 1983 does not appear to be the same one she wore two years earlier. It’s the same style, but not the same garment. There are noticeable differences in the pattern, including an extra sheep on her shoulder. The black sheep’s nose points to her left on the first and the right on the second. Perhaps her dramatic weight loss between those two years meant she needed another size? Whatever her reason for tracking down another sweater, going to the effort to do so makes the message seem that much more intentional.



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