Last Updated on 18th April 2011
The royal wedding has been the talking point of the world for months, from who will attend to what memorabilia will be available, and we’ve been hooked on the details of William and Kate’s nuptials every step of the way.
And as we hit the under-two-weeks mark (like, OMG, etc.), the wedding dress debate is heating up.
Every designer from Julien Macdonald to Alice Temperley has been suggested, but if you thought Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton was the sure-fire hit to create the coveted gown, think again.
Amidst rumours that Kate’s commissioned three dresses – just in case – the latest whispers say the soon-to-be princess has designed the dress herself with Sophie Cranston, a little-known designer at Libelula, favoured by the likes of Emma Watson and Jerry Hall.
Kate is known to have a keen interest in fashion and, according to the Daily Mail, has approached the designer with her ideas and sketches for her dream dress.
The dress is under lock and key at Clarence House, but sources say that it consists of lace, ivory satin, pearl buttons and a tremendous 10ft train.
Can we believe it? Do you care? We can’t wait for Kate to hurry up and waltz down that aisle to put us out of our misery.