So much hype. So much speculation. The question is: did the final creation live up to expectations?
the Scroll Tiara (see details here) has been named the Halo Tiara by the Palace. We now have more info, and will no doubt have even better pictures of this piece to drool over as the photos continue to roll in, so look for us to talk more about the tiara later this week. Kate did her own makeup and went with a demi-chignon hair style. (Looks like those of you that speculated that the couple's pre-wedding visit to Darwen might have been a hair dry run were at least partially correct!)
Grace, or Margaret, than it is Just Kate. And that's where my hopes get dashed.
Were your expectations met by this gown? What sort of place in royal bridal history do you think it deserves?
UPDATE: Here's Kate's gown for the evening reception, also McQueen. It's strapless white satin gazar with a full skirt and diamante embroidered belt, worn with an angora bolero cardigan for the weather.
UPDATE #2: The dress is included in the Summer 2011 exhibition at Buckingham Palace.
Source: The Official Wedding Website
Photos: AFP/Getty Images/Daylife/Diez Minutos/Daily Mail/Reuters
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