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Mario Testino, Getty Images is reporting that Kate Middleton has picked a designer for her wedding dress, but is keeping the name of the designer a secret until the wedding day, April 29, 2011.

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Bruce Oldfield is thought to be the lucky designer who will create the wedding dress of the century. As a well-known wedding and evening wear designer, and one who designed gowns for the prince's mother, Diana Princess of Wales, his name has been included in stories speculating who will get the job. Kate's mom Carole and sister Pippa have been spotted heading to Bruce Oldfield's store in the Knightsbridge area of Lonton.

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A palace spokesperson said, "It's Miss Middleton's intention to keep the dress a secret for her bridegroom on their wedding day, as is every bride's prerogative."

While Bruce Oldfield's office had no comment when recently asked if he would be designing the dress, the designer said in December, "Kate has such a gorgeous figure that she would look stunning in anything."

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