Kate Middleton in ‘tears’ before wedding to Prince William over her wedding dress

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Kate Middleton was devastated when details of her dress were linked to the press, an expert has claimed in a documentary. The Duchess of Cambridge, who was 29 when she wed the Prince, worked hard to keep the details of her dress private like many brides do.

However, the details of the dress were sadly leaked before the wedding.

This included the fact Kate’s dress was designed by British fashion house Alexander McQueen, headed up by creative lead Sarah Burton.

The Times published the reports ahead of time, stating: “A fashion source said that the dress will be a combination of Middleton’s own design ideas and Burton’s deep knowledge and understanding of high fashion.”

Royal biographer and journalist Katie Nicholl said on Channel 5 documentary, Secrets of the Royal Dressmakers: “Behind the scenes, I think that caused tears at the Palace because Kate had done everything she could to keep the wedding dress a secret.”

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Despite the leak, the public was still wowed by the dress.

Now, the gown is consistently ranked among the most iconic royal wedding dresses of all time.

The ivory and white gown, with a fitted lace bodice showing off the best of Alexander McQueen’s Victorian-inspired corsetry, took hours to make.

The dress was covered in lace made in Nottingham, featuring a floral motif nodding to the United Kingdom.

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The lace was inspired by the Limerick and Carrickmacross laces of Ireland.

Roses and shamrock decorated the bodice of the dress, representing England and Ireland.

The dress sported lace daffodils and thistles too, nodding to Wales and Scotland.

It was made with yards and yards of fabric, with a nine foot train, and had 58 buttons down the back fastening the Duchess in.

On her head, Kate wore a tiara borrowed from the Queen, the Cartier Scroll tiara.

The 1920s piece is encrusted with diamonds and features pretty curving metalwork.

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It has been claimed Kate and Prince William will move away from London for the “foreseeable future”. 

A source revealed the couple’s plan to leave London for the time being.

The couple has been spending more time at their country home during the pandemic.

Kate and William were given Anmer Hall as a wedding gift.

They usually move between here and Kensignton Palace, London with their children.

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