This stately ship has a rich history reaching back to 1930 when construction on the ocean liner began in Scotland. Click here to read the full story.
Today, we're excited to view the Princess Diana exhibit on display aboard the ship.
This collection includes evening gowns and dresses worn by the Princess, as well as photographs, assorted trinkets, and many other royal treasures.
The girls at Red Rose Alley have long been enchanted with lovely Princess Di.
And we felt like royalty ourselves while dining in the Queen Mary Tea Room for our aunt's birthday celebration.
The delightful tea sandwiches included chicken and mango curry, shrimp salad, Alaskan salmon and caviar, and Nel's personal favorite...canary melon and prosciutto.
Our meal also included scones with assorted jellies and sweet Devonshire cream.
And as if lunch wasn't decadent enough, the dessert menu featured tantalizing treats like petite eclairs, fruit tartlettes, mocha cakes, lemon meringue tarts, and Jess' pick, raspberry chocolate tortes.
After tea, we had some time to explore the ship and take in the magnificent views...
...and the historic sites.
Sir Winston's Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
~ Nel & Jess ~