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Kate Middleton Personally Thanks Wedding Dress Embroiders During Visit

On April 29, 2011, Prince William defied all odds and married a commoner, Kate Middleton, now The Duchess of Cambridge. The wedding took the world in awe, but not as much as the gown the Duchess donned. The Alexander McQueen gown was so spectacular, it got most tongues wagging. We didn’t expect anything less!

The gown is said to have been tirelessly worked on by Kay-Williams’ students who hand-stitched the lace appliqué onto the gown’s bodice and skirt made from ivory and white satin gazer. the Royal School of Needlework in Hampton Court Palace is honored to making a historic day last to date.

The Duchess is said to have made a secret visit to the Royal School of Needlework in Hampton Court Palace on the Tuesday of February 28 to thank those who contributed to the bridal gown.

Susan Kay-Williams, the school’s CEO, told U.K.’s Telegraph “It was lovely to meet the Duchess of Cambridge and to show her what the Royal School of Needlework doe” and a friend added “Catherine was keen to express her gratitude in person to the women who worked so hard on her dress. She was very conscious of the pressure that they were under.

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  1. March 2, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    With today’s a lot more flexible strategy u fy os ed r clety by the brde and groom.

    • Lillian
      March 3, 2012 at 12:25 pm

      I agree. Am glad someone in fashion doesnt take effort for granted. I applaud the dutchess for her effort in acknowledging what a great job her dress was. I would love the same dress too.

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