The Perfume Princess Diana Never Left Home Without

Yes, it’s still available.

Princess-Diana's-Favorite-Perfume-is-STILL-Available—And-You-Can-Totally-Afford-It-320538d-Kip-RanoREXShutterstockKip Rano/REX/ShutterstockPrincess Diana was known for a lot of things: Her charity work and compassion, her shy nature, and, of course, her permanent status as a fashion icon. But what fragrance would you smell if you were lucky to be in her royal presence? According to sources close to her, a mix of orange blossom, gardenia, peaches, and amber.

And apparently, she never left home without it. Check out these stunning, rarely seen photos of Princess Diana.

“She always, always, always wore fragrance,” her former makeup artist Mary Greenwell told ABC News. “It’s kind of the final touch of beauty, walking out smelling divine and chic and individual.”

The perfume in question is Hermès 24 Faubourg ($140, Nordstrom), which, according to Hermès’s in-house perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena is “perfume in the absolute. An explosion of white flowers, enveloping warmth, captivating sensuality.” These are secrets about Princess Diana no one knew about until after her death.

Princess-Diana's-Favorite-Perfume-is-STILL-Available—And-You-Can-Totally-Afford-It-via-notdstrom.comvia nordstrom.comIt wasn’t the only scent Princess Di wore. On her wedding day, the bride-to-be walked down the aisle of St. Paul’s Cathedral wearing Quelques Fleurs ($140, Nordstrom), a floral scent featuring a mix of tuberose, rose, and jasmine.

The late-royal’s daughter-in-law Kate Middleton would follow in Diana’s floral footsteps. When she married Princess William, Kate Middleton wore Illuminum’s White Gardenia Petals, a $150 perfume. Next, read about these things you didn’t know about the British royal family.