Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles
Who needs a private ceremony when you can tie the knot on TV to the tune of 750 million onlookers? As the first British commoner to marry the heir to the throne in some 400 years, Diana was every bit the fairytale bride. The wedding of the century was a national holiday only in the United Kingdom, but its impact was global. And that dress! A 25-foot train of ivory taffeta and antique lace fit for a princess.