Thursday, 5 May 2011

Kate's fragrance

As Kate Middleton walked up the aisle in her stunning Alexander McQueen gown the perfume industry experts were eagerly awaiting news of what scent she had chosen. Clarence house have confirmed that Kate was  wearing White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum, A British brand which will expect sales to sky rocket in the coming weeks. Spokesman Michael Donovan said ' It's charming to think so many abroad are interested in the wedding'  The brand was formed in 2007 by former hairdresser Michael Boadi. The company website describes the seventy pound scent  as'fragrant as a white vase of flowers, quivering the breeze by an open window this is a delicate and nuanced scent'

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