Kate Designed the Renaissance-inspired Gown Herself
Only hours from now, the world will stand as witness to the marriage of Prince William of the British Royal family and Kate Middleton. The royal wedding dubbed as the “Wedding of the Century” will happen at Westminster Abbey in London around 11 AM.
The marriage vow between Prince William and Kate Middleton is to be witnessed not only by the thousands of their invited guests but also of millions of tourists who went to London to see the event and of the millions of people around the world.
And another most-awaited part of the wedding is actually the wedding gown that Kate is going to wear.
For months after Prince William and Kate announced in public their engagement, people in the fashion industry has been abuzz of who will the design the soon-to-be-princess’ gown, and what will it look like.
Bruce Oldfield is one the names that has been identified to be the one most probably chosen to design the royal wedding dress. However, Oldfield most recently denied any veracity to the speculations.
As of this writing, details on the design of Kate’s wedding dress are still cloaked in secrecy.
Daily Mail on the other hand published a story revealing alleged details on the wedding gown that Kate is going to wear for her big day.
In the article, the English online newspaper said that Kate Middleton herself designed the gown she is going to wear. The gown it added will have a Renaissance design with satin and lace frock and will “include a “nod” to the Emanuel wedding dress donned by Prince William’s mother, Princess Diana.”
The wedding gown will have pearl button and will showcase a 10-foot train.
Accessories? The newspaper said that Kate is going to wear diamond earrings and necklace borrowed from Queen Elizabeth.
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