An exhibition detailing the short life of Princess Diana at her family home at Althorp Will, Northamptonshire, is set to be closed in August 2014.
The collection features more than 150 personal objects, including her Emanuel wedding gown, the Daily Express reported.
A spokesman of Earl Spencer, her brother, said that the display, which has raised more than 1.2million pounds to help disadvantaged people around the world, had been a "celebration" marking her "charitable works and glamour".
The rep for the family said on May 12 that the exhibition has been admired by thousands of people around the world and has been a wonderfully tasteful celebration of the late Princess of Wales's life and achievements.
Following her death in a car crash in Paris in 1997, the Duchess of Cornwall's remains rest on an island in an ornamental lake within the grounds of Althorp. (ANI)