Wills and Kate have finally decided to tie the knot. They took their time didn't they! And can you believe that they would choose to marry in the same year that I am to wed my beau? How selfish!
Fingers crossed they stick with their 13th August date...or all hell will break loose!
The happy couple
I can look at this in one of 2 ways:
1. The world will be Royal wedding crazy and my big day will fade in to oblivion
2. Weddings will be next year's buzz-word so mine will be totally on-trend!
I pray for the latter, but fear the former.
Anyway, in the spirit of bridal unity and all that, I thought I'd share some wedding dress ideas for the future Princess Royal (not for me obvs, that's a secret)...
This gown from Monique Lhuillier is so romantic. Kate is a modern classic, so I reckon she'll want a traditional shape with a hint of the current style.
Another beautiful dress from Monique Lhuillier. This has a much more virginal feel to it. It's very simple but the veil is ornate and adds all the interest. I'm guessing Kate is not a 'proper' Christian bride, but it might be nice to pretend!
This is quite a simple gown from Christos Bridal, but then Kate's style is just that. It has a subtle beauty to it, just like her.
This one is from Jewel by Priscilla of Boston. Once again, traditional with a bit of a twist.
A bit of a frou-frou option from St. Pucchi. Why not - she is a REAL princess after all!!
I'm sure what ever she wants, she'll be having specially made, but Kate, here's my two pence worth, if you're interested.
And it's a bloomin' good job that we're getting married in Marrakech, because Buckingham Palace would never have let me hold my wedding there (long-time Style State readers will get that) with a royal wedding on the cards.
Congrats guys - but just steer clear of winding up this Bridezilla!!!