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The dress was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, though the Duchess of Cambridge helped with the process.
So you couldn’t shell out the cash for tickets to London to see the Royal Wedding in April, or perhaps you weren’t invited.
But now, those wishing to catch a glimpse of the hand-embroidered Alexander McQueen wedding dress or the Cartier tiara can do so, from July 23-October 3 in London.
The dress and all the wedding accouterments, including the Queen’s 1936 tiara, the acorn-drop earrings, and custom Alexander McQueen lace shoes will be displayed at Buckingham Palace when the palace opens for its annual summer tours.
In addition, the Rolls-Royce Phantom and 1902 State Landau coach can be seen at the Royal Mews.
A spokesman for the royal duo told People that the couple is “delighted” to allow members of the public access to the wedding memorabilia.
The admission price is approximately $29—which is a steal, especially since no crazy hats are required for entrance.