Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress Set To Public Display

It was the most anticipated dress of the century - and now the public could get the chance to see it up close. Prince Charles's Clarence House office said Sunday that he wedding dress which dazzled the two billion people who watched Friday's wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William could go on public display.

A spokeswoman said: "The Duchess of Cambridge is considering a number of options to give members of the public the opportunity to see close up the skilled British craftsmanship that went into the making of her wedding dress by Sarah Burton and her team as well as the Royal School of Needlework."

While Diana was a global fashion icon, Kate's choices of outfit are also being poured over, and are likely to feature on front pages and fashion pages for years to come. The spokeswoman could not say exactly when or where it might be exhibited. But a number of gowns worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, went on display at Kensington Palace.

The dress was the nation's best-kept secret until the moment Kate stepped out of the car at Westminster Abbey with even the gown's team of embroiderers at Hampton Court Palace unaware of what they were working on until Friday morning.





 
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