If you missed the royal wedding itself, you have a second chance to come almost close enough to touch the hem of the happy couple’s regal garments, because Meghan’s dress is going on display.
Women’s Wear Daily reported:
The Royal Collection, which houses the largest collection of noble artifacts, will launch a special exhibition titled “A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex” later this year where the couple’s wedding outfits will be on display.
The exhibition will be part of the Windsor Castle tour from Oct. 2018 to Jan. 2019. The outfits will then be displayed at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh from June to Oct. 2019.
The highlight on display will be the Givenchy Haute Couture dress Markle chose for her big day, created by British designer Clare Waight Keller.
Also included: her hand-embroidered silk tulle veil; the diamond and platinum bandeau tiara borrowed from the queen; and a replica of Prince Harry’s uniform. Her second dress will not be included. Look, it takes a lot to maintain both the monarchy as a symbol and the royal family’s massive collection of palaces and artworks; it would be foolish to leave this ticket money lying on the table.
Anyway, you should really go for Queen Mary’s absolutely unbelievable doll house, made as a “gift from the nation” (hm), which is Instagram before Instagram existed.