Regardless of the Queen calling the show “terrible” when she first noticed it, Kate Middleton’s wedding ceremony costume has attracted a file variety of guests to see it at Buckingham Palace.

Her Majesty apparently objected to the “creepy” look of the headless model used to show the costume, however most people appeared undeterred.

Because the exhibition opened in July, greater than 350,000 folks have flocked to the Queen’s gaff to catch a glimpse of the costume Kate wore when she married Prince William at Westminister Abbey in April.

“We’re delighted that so many individuals have visited Buckingham Palace this summer time in a file 12 months,” mentioned a spokesman for the Royal Assortment.

“The royal wedding ceremony has attracted worldwide curiosity, so it is solely pure that many individuals would need to come to see the state rooms, a few of which have been used for the marriage reception, and get a more in-depth have a look at the Duchess of Cambridge’s costume – the Grand British Celebrates design.”

The ivory and white satin gazar costume was designed by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton,

The exhibition additionally options Kate’s veil and Cartier’s ‘Halo’ tiara, which Kate was loaned to Kate by the Queen.

A reproduction of the bridal bouquet and wedding ceremony cake will also be seen.

An estimated 500,000 guests are anticipated to see the costume by the point the exhibition closes on October 3.

Royal wedding ceremony: Kate’s costume revealed

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