Monday, 6 June 2011

Kate Middleton's wedding dress to go on display at Buckingham Palace

Millions of worldwide viewers watched on April 29th to get a glimpse of Kate Middleton's gown. For those of you who would like to see it again you know how the chance! The Sarah Burton creation created using centuries old craft techniques will go on public display this summer at Buckingham Palace. The stunning dress with be the main attraction at Buckingham Palace form July 23rd to October. In previous years wedding gowns worn by the Queen and Queen Victoria have been shown. Visitors will be able to study the dress in fine detail. The veil Kate wore apppliqu├ęd with lace rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock motifs will also be shown with the Queen Mother's 1936 tiara. Kate's oak leaf and acorn earrings given to her by her parents will also feature. The satin shoes Kate wore made by the McQueen team will finish the look.

The fee for seeing Kate's wedding look is £17.50. Some are arguing this is ridiculously expensive in these recessionary times. However, It is a once in a lifetime experience to see this iconic gown. In the Palace's state dining room William and Kate's tiered fruit cake will be on display. As for Kate It cannot be easy for any bride to part with her wedding dress and jewelery for that length of time. She will be hoping the staff at Buckingham Palace take exquisite care of each of the items!

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