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A previously unseen photograph of Princess Diana and her sons taken by society photographer Lord Snowdon made a surprise appearance on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow on Apr. 2. Here are a few others dug up from our treasure vaults.

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Previously unpublished photos of Prince Charles and Princess Diana aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia during their 1981 honeymoon cruise of the Meditteranean have emerged after a crew member from the shop presented them for valuation on PBS's \"Antiques Roadshow.\"

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Princess Diana and Prince Charles, seen here greeting the crew, were said to be \"very friendly and chatty.\" One crew member described Diana as a, \"breath of fresh air.\"

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Princess Diana waits for \"half a shandy\" cocktail at the Britannia's bar. The images were taken by the ship's official photographer, who later made them available to the crew, and just published in the U.K.'s Daily Mail.

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The date: July 29, 1981. The place: St. Paul\u2019s Cathedral. The stars of the show: Diana and Charles, the newlywed Princess and Prince of Wales. Their prospects: According to the rapt world audience, sensational. Privately, dicey. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: Sygma/Corbis)

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Diana with her guinea pig, Peanuts, in 1972. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: UPPA/Zuma)

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FILE - In this July 29, 1981 file photo, Britain's Prince Charles kisses his bride, the former Diana Spencer, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London, after their wedding, in this July 29, 1981 file photo. Princess Diana would have been 50 years old on Friday, July 1, 2011, perhaps the only certainty about the course of a life abruptly cut short in a 1997 car crash in Paris, with a new boyfriend, two months past her 36th birthday. (AP Photo/file)

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FILE - In this Jan. 14, 1997 file photo, Britain's Princess Diana talks to amputees at the the Neves Bendinha Orthopedic Workshop on the outskirts of Luanda, Angola. Sitting on Diana's lap is 13-year-old Sandra Thijica, who lost her left leg to a land mine while working the land with her mother in Saurimo, eastern Angola, in 1994. Princess Diana would have been 50 years old on Friday, July 1, 2011, perhaps the only certainty about the course of a life abruptly cut short in a 1997 car crash in Paris, with a new boyfriend, two months past her 36th birthday. (AP Photo/Joao Silva, file)

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In February 1996, embracing a young cancer victim in Lahore, Pakistan. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: John Pryke/Reuters)

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Charles and Diana with Prince William in Kensington Palace in 1982. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: Rex USA/Everett)

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Diana with Prince William in Kensington Palace in 1982. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: Tim Graham/Getty)

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On his first day of school at Wetherby boys school in Notting Hill, west London, Prince Harry looks up to his big brother, Wills, who will set an academic pace too fast to be equaled. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: Tim Graham/Getty)

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FILE -- In this Aug. 22, 1997 file photo, Diana, Princess of Wales, and her companion Dodi Fayed, walk on a pontoon in the French Riviera resort of St Tropez. More than a dozen years after Princess Diana\u2019s death on a Paris street sparked an international backlash against the photographers who chased her, her son\u2019s visit to the paparazzi hotbed of Southern California has officials on high alert. (AP Photo/Patrick Bar-Nice Matin, file)

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Few ever could have predicted the outpouring of emotion and abject communal grief that followed in the wake of Diana\u2019s death. If there\u2019s a measurement, it might be the sea of flowers that swelled outside Kensington Palace. This photo is featured in the new LIFE book \u201cDiana at 50.\u201d (Photo credit: Mirrorpix/Everett)