Although St. James's Palace refuses to comment on the reports, the Daily Mail also confirms the Cranston news, saying that the gown was actually designed by Kate Middleton, who then enlisted the designer to help with the construction.
Made of ivory satin and lace with pearl-button detail and a 10-foot train, the garment was apparently inspired by the bride's days as an art history student, states the U.K. newspaper, and includes a "nod" to the Emanuel dress worn by Prince William's late mother Princess Diana.
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