There were lots of speculation about Kate’s dress – it seems like the consensus is that it was understated, suited Kate’s personality and respectful of the Monarchy and that it was perfectly perfect for her.
Chosen in January by the new Duchess of Cambridge for her royal wedding to William, now Duke of Cambridge, but a highly guarded secret until Friday, the handmade V-neck, long-sleeved gown from the fashion house of the late British designer Alexander McQueen is made of French Chantilly lace and English Cluny lace throughout the bodice, skirt and underskirt.
The skirt is made of ivory and white satin gazar, and was designed to resemble an opening flower: padded at the hips and flowing out to the floor.
The back of the dress was finished with 58 gazar- and organza-covered buttons fastened by loops
The weather was perfect and as I watch people are waiting for the balcony kiss. Photographer with their cameras are waiting to get just the right shot of this pivotal moment. When they get so will you on this post.
oh wow says the princess when she appeared on the balcony and saw the throngs of her people – obviously pleased they waved but where is the kiss the crowd is rumbling about the kiss and now a quick kiss = you blink and it was gone