A Chinese lingerie company has unveiled a new range of underwear featuring a Princess of Wales lookalike model on the 13th anniversary of her death.
Under the slogan "Feel the romance of British royalty", the ad features the "Princess" wearing a tiara, necklace and blue bra and knickers as she plays a cello to a child.
The controversial poster has been splashed on giant billboards in shops and airports throughout China for millions to see.
The firm which has produced the lingerie, Jealousy International, is based in China's southern Guandong province.
On its website, the manufacturer has a section on the "Diana" range with the further slogan "Free your mind, free your style" and confusingly describes Diana's taste as "French Romantic".
The apparent attempt to exploit the Princess' image is the latest example of how companies have sought to capitalise on her popularity.
Britain has restrictions on using images of the Royal Family to promote products but is powerless to act against companies doing so abroad.
Clarence House, which represents Prince Charles, has declined to comment on the ad.
But a British jour
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