Although the famed Royal Wedding has come and gone, many individuals are still eager to see a part of history. Now, those with plans of travelling to Europe this summer could come face to face with the dress Kate wore to become Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Harper's Bazaar reports that from July 3 to October 23, the Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown that Kate Middleton wore down the aisle during her wedding to Prince William will be on display at Buckingham Palace.
According to the source, this will be a part of the brand new Royal Collection, which will feature memorabilia from the wedding. In addition to the famed Burton creation, Catherine's tiara, shoes and earrings will also be on display for revelers to see.
Those with a sweet tooth will also surely appreciate the recreation of the royal wedding cake, which will also be featured at Buckingham Palace.
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to give members of the public the opportunity to see, close-up, the skilled British craftsmanship that went into various elements of the wedding," a spokesman for the palace told People.com.