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We can scratch one royal wedding dress designer off the list.

Bruce Oldfield finally admitted to Women's Wear Daily that he is not Kate Middleton's dressmaker, saying "It has been such a subject of rumor and speculation over the past months, but I am not designing it. We will all know [on Friday] -- and I thought I'd duck out of the 'possibles list' to give everyone 24 hours to place their final bets!"

For those who are Vegas bound, Sarah Burton of Alexander Queen is the current favorite, with odds at one to two. Oldfield had been a one-to-three shot before he withdrew himself from the contest.

Although he had been the front runner at the start, the designer lost momentum in the last few months, as other fashion names, such as Burton, Alice Temperley and Sophie Cranston, began to surface.

There are also rumors that Kate commissioned three different gowns -- in case details of her dress leaked. But with only one day left until the main event, it appears she's kept her secret safe.

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  • Al Schrader

    My apologies to the heirs of Charles Darwin & Sir Isaac Newton for this circus in Westminster Abbey...Al-

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