Do not worry if the event of the year passed you by because the wedding dress from the Royal Wedding will be on display this summer at Buckingham Palace. There was a great deal of speculation about Kate Middleton’s dress prior to the wedding of Middleton to Prince William on April 29, at Westminster Abbey.
The designer’s identity was kept a top secret by all at Clarence House until the bride left the Goring Hotel in Belgravia London on her way to Westminster Abbey. The general pubic now get their chance to see the dress up close as it will appear during the annual summer opening from July 23 to October 3.
Visitors can study the dress that is made from satin-gazar that is ivory and white and was formulated by Sarah Burton and the Duchess. The bride’s veil made from layers of ivory and trimmed of hand embroidered flowers will be included in the display. The tiara that was loaned to the Duchess by the Queen Mother was made in 1936 and will also be in the display.
The shoes the Duchess wore to the wedding were hand made by an Alexander McQueen team and will be appearing and the diamond earrings that were given to Kate by her parents were designed with inspiration from the coat of arms of the Middleton family and were an acorn with a pair of oak leaves. Robinson Pelham Jewellers based in London designed the earrings which also will be on display.