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Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress A Secret

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Oh, Kate Middleton, just bring that secret out of the closet already!!

The soon-to-be Mrs. Prince Charming has been keeping us in giddy anticipation for months as to what she’ll wear on her wedding day. We’ve made a few green predictions ourselves, and told you what the fashion gurus have been speculating, but it seems it was all in vain, because Middleton announced that her gown will remain a secret until the big day.

What’s her reasoning? The good old fashioned tradition of not wanting her future king to see the gown before their wedding. Pretty cute.

The future royal is set to marry Prince William on April 29, and it was reported that she chose British designer Bruce Oldfield to create her wedding dress after her mother and sister were spied perusing his store.

A spokesperson for Clarence House told Vogue.com, “We have no announcement to make as regards the royal wedding dress. Miss Middleton would like for it to be a surprise for Prince William on the day of their wedding and as such we may not announce it until the day. That may change – but for now that is all that can be said.

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