With only three days to go, everyone is wondering what Kate will be wearing on her big day. It’s a closely guarded secret, with not even the designer being known! With the pressure on to live up to expectations, here’s a look back at the previous gowns the British Monarchy have chosen...
Who could forget Princess Elizabeth II’s dress?! Her ivory silk gown featured a 13 foot train, which was put together by 350 seamstresses. It was decorated with intricate flowers and leaves, and embellished with shimmering crystals...she looked every inch the Princess in her Norman Hartnell creation. No one believed it could be topped until Diana stepped out...
Valued at £9,000, or $14,853, Diana had the most talked about wedding dress ever. It was designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, and was made of ivory silk. She looked divine in the ruffles and padded shoulders, and add in a 25 foot train made of antique lace and taffeta, decorated with 10,000 pearls, and you’ve got a dress that might never be topped.
Which Royal dress is your favourite so far? I just can’t decide, and the pressure is certainly on Kate to have chosen something amazing. I can’t wait to see it!
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