Hailey Bieber recreates iconic Princess Diana paparazzi pictures for Vogue Paris

Hailey Bieber has recreated some of Princess Diana’s iconic paparazzi pictures for a new Vogue Paris photoshoot.The model channels the ’90s looks of the late royal in the September 2019 issue, and took to Instagram to share her joy at the unique spread…

Hailey Bieber has recreated some of Princess Diana’s iconic paparazzi pictures for a new Vogue Paris photoshoot.

The model channels the ’90s looks of the late royal in the September 2019 issue, and took to Instagram to share her joy at the unique spread in the fashion magazine.

“New story for @vogueparis shot by @gstyles (Gregory Harris) styled by @virginiebenarroch (Virginie Benarroch, fashion editor). All credit and inspo to the amazingly beautiful and iconically stylish Princess Diana who I’ve looked to for style inspiration for as long as I can remember. Thank you for leaving behind such an iconic fashion and style legacy,” Hailey wrote alongside snaps from the shoot.

In one image, the 22-year-old sports a red, oversized Boston University crewneck sweater, shiny black bike shorts, as well as white socks and matching sneakers.

Hailey also recreated another of Diana’s casual ensembles, in which she wears a baseball cap, blazer, jeans and brown cowboy boots.

Emily Ratajkowski was one of the first to comment on the images, and simply wrote: “Dead.”

“So goooood,” Vanessa Hudgens commented, while fellow model – and Kourtney Kardashian’s ex – Younes Bendjima added: “Hell yeah.”

And the reaction on social media was just as bowled over, as users took to Twitter to share their excitement at the unusual shoot.

“Hailey Bieber’s Princess Diana-themed photo shoot is everything,” one wrote, while another posted: “I was never a fan of Hailey Bieber until NOW. She is absolutely killing it in each and every photo, serve that Princess Diana vibe gal.”

Princess Diana was the most photographed woman in the world, following her divorce from Prince Charles in 1996.

The mother of Prince William and Prince Harry was killed in a car crash in Paris in August 1997 at the age of 36.

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