Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen designs Kate's royal wedding dress
The anticipation is finally over as Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen has been confirmed as the designer of Kate Middleton’s wedding gown. After much speculation, Kate Middleton walked down the aisle covered in lace and satin perfectly fit for the new Duchess of Cambridge.
Royal Dress designer revealed
Billions watched as Kate Middleton drove to Westminster Abbey in a Rolls Royce borrowed from the Queen. Anticipating the announcement and full shot of the Duchess of Cambridge's wedding gown as only her bodice showing on the drive to Buckingham Palace. Billions of onlookers could see the long lace sleeves and delicate neckline resembling a previous royal wedding of Grace Kelly to Prince Rainier of Monaco.
As Kate stepped out of the vehicle it was confirmed that the designer responsible for her wedding gown was Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. Sarah Burton was the top choice as rumors spread days before the wedding as paparazzi spotted what they presumed to be the designer outside of Kate's hotel.
Kate MiddletOn's Wedding gown details
Kate Middleton's dress was designed with a delicate lace appliqué for the bodice and a skirt hand-made by the Royal School of Needlework with yards of satin. The yards of satin continued into a 10 foot train following the Duchess of Cambridge. This simple elegance worn by the newest member of the royal family perfectly reflects her classic and modern style!