LONDON — Kate Middleton's memorable wedding gown will be on display to the public this summer at Buckingham Palace.
Slideshow: Royal wedding’s flashy fashion (on this page) The dress designed by Sarah Burton of the Alexander McQueen fashion house will be displayed from July 23 until Oct 3, officials said.
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The wedding display will be part of a popular tour of some of the palace's state rooms offered to visitors during the summer months. The tour includes a chance to see some of the queen's formidable art collection including works by Rembrandt and Rubens.
The tour of the state room typically costs 17.50 pounds, or $29.
While the dress will be staying at Buckingham Palace, William and Kate will be moving into Kensington Palace, where William grew up, UK newspapers reported on Monday. The couple are currently living in St James's Palace with Prince Harry, as well as in Wales, near the Royal Air Force base where William is stationed.
The move is said to be temporary until the couple find a more permanent residence at one of the royal residences in London.
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