Kate Middleton’s Irish lace wedding dress on display at Buckingham Palace
Middleton’s wedding dress and the royal wedding cake will be on display for two months
Kate Middleton’s dress is set to appear at Buckingham Palace along with their actual wedding cake as part of a Royal Wedding Exhibition beginning tomorrow.
The satin and lace gown, complete with the tiara, is to be placed in the center of the ballroom, so that guests can get a total, 360 degree view of the masterpiece. The tiara itself contains over 900 diamonds, and her shoes, as well as the acorn earrings given to her by her parents, will also be shown.
As for the cake, most of it was original. The top three tiers were removed, with some of it being served. The remaining two tiers were traditionally kept by the duke and duchess.
The special exhibition is expected to rope in more than 650,000 people over the course of the eight weeks that it will be on display, according to The Sun.
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