Princess Diana's will contained a touching request for Prince Harry when he turns 30.
The ' People's Princess', 36, died in a car crash in Paris with boyfriend Dodi Fayed, 42, in 1997.
Seven years earlier, she had laid out her final wishes in the event of her death.
The will, signed by Diana on June 1, 1993, contained a specific set of instructions about what should be gifted to her sons.
She named mum Frances Ruth Shand Kydd, and sister Lady Elizabeth Sarah Lavinia McCorquodale, as co-executors and trustees.
The will originally said the princes would get their share at 25 – but this was changed to 30 in 1996.
William was given Diana's engagement ring, which he later used to propose to Kate Middleton.
And Harry received his mum's iconic wedding dress – which was immediately used for an exhibition to raise money for the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund.
David and Elizabeth Emanuel are credited for making the dress that took months to make.
It was made of ivory silk and embellished with thousands of pearls, and was most famous for having the longest wedding train in history at 25 feet long.
The Emanuels described it as a dress that "had to be something that was going to go down in history, but also something that Diana loved", and which would be "suitably dramatic in order to make an impression".