They're showing last season's episodes of Antiques Roadshow (UK) on Ovation, and yesterday morning a man brought in two dresses owned by Princess Louise, plus a dressmaker's sample, and a sketch book with sketches and watercolors done by Louse, Helena, and Alice.
They didn't discuss at all the dress that looked like it was maybe from a 6-8 year-old child, but they did discuss the bigger dress (maybe from when she was a teenager - they didn't hold it up so I couldn't tell). It was a bright navy and green plaid silk dress, all hand-stitched, and it was GORGEOUS. Even the buttons were handmade. I can't even imagine what it was like to own ONE dress like that, much less an entire wardrobe. It was incredible.
The sketch book was surprising, because even though it was full of signed sketches and watercolors by three princesses, the expert said it wasn't worth very much (maybe 1500 pounds?) since there's not a big demand. I was all, "I'd pay TWICE that!"