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April 30, 2011  | by: Hannah Bell

Kate Middleton Arrives at the Ceremony

The big day has finally arrived, and Kate looked every inch the royalty that she now is. Yesterday, Catherine and Prince William were officially married, a moment the world has been anticipating for months. And after months of speculation, the designer of the now-iconic wedding dress was revealed to be Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, a name that had been guessed quite a few times, with good reason.

The dress was everything a princess’ dress should be and more. It had a strong resemblance to the dress of Grace Kelly, but modern touches that made it appropriate for today and for Catherine. It had a lace bodice overlaying a sweetheart neckline.  The lace went all the way up to the bride’s neck and had full sleeves, but there was also an appropriate plunge in the front. The cinched-in waist accentuated Kate’s figure, and the full skirt and long train were perfect for a princess.

The newly titled Duchess of Cambridge did her own makeup for her wedding and kept her beauty look simple with natural-looking hair and a radiant smile. Accessorized with a radiant tiara on loan from the Queen and earrings that were a wedding present from her parents, Kate struck the perfect balance between modest and modern.

Kate Middleton's Gown

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