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For tonight's private reception hosted by Prince Charles, Kate Middleton changed into another dress by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, the Daily Mail reports.

Her second frock of the day is a beautiful white strapless satin gazar gown with silver diamante embellishment at the waist and a circle skirt. The bride paired it with a cropped angora sweater.

To complement the ensemble, she let down her brunette locks in a cascade of soft curls. The look is more relaxed than her half-up, half-down 'do from the ceremony.

Kate wore a long-sleeved dress with lace appliqué bodice, satin gazar pleated skirt and nine-foot train by the McQueen designer for her marriage service at Westminster Abbey earlier today.

This evening's event at Buckingham Palace, which will include dancing and dinner, is a much more intimate affair, with only 300 of the bride and groom's close friends and family on the guest list.

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  • brenda

    This woman looks outstanding in everything. I think she may bring angora back with this number...yay!

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  • Brenda Dyer

    I agree, she looks stunning. She carries herself very well.

  • kat25923

    The angora sweater is nice, however, what's with the lumpy undergarment/bra???

  • Grandmakitty

    I remember angora from college - wear an angora sweater and every man's jacket within 50ft will have angora fuzz - whether you have danced with them or not! LOL

  • Jim McDermott

    A vision in white. Stunning. Breath-taking.

    She looks like a beautiful angel.

    Well done, William! :D

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  • Carol -Mae

    I'd have to agree, Kate & William make a striking couple, and the dresses? Beautiful! You outdid yourself! Best wishes to you Kate & William in the years ahead.

  • Barb

    WOW! She looks like a perfect princess. Princess Diane would be proud. My best wishes to the happy couple.

  • rose

    Absolutely gorgeous! So Classic.

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  • Charlie

    Will and Kate brought beauty and happiness into an upside down world. It was so needed.

    Thank you.

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  • Diane

    A welcome relief from all of the depressing crap going on in the world!

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  • ronald

    beautiful bride

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  • Robin

    Catherine has a marvelous sense of style. She looks absolutely amazing!!!

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  • Katie

    Another young woman with elegance and grace! Her selection of gowns is beautiful. I'm sure Lady Diana is looking and is feeling quite pleased with William & Kate! God bless both!

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  • Barbie

    I agreed with you.. Princess Di watch down to him and prpoud of her oldest son marry to Kate.. God Bless them

  • randy maged

    Gorgeous....but pointy bras went out in the 60's and THAT was a good thing. Both dresses had sewn in bras that were way too pointy. Rounded woukd have been fabulous. She's so soft...and pointy is hard looking.

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  • Nancy

    It's pretty difficult to sew a dart that isn't pointed. Try it sometime and see if you can do it. It's as well done as any seamstress can do it. Picky, picky, picky.

  • Barbara

    Kate is a natural beauty no matter what she wears.

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  • AJ

    Beautiful bride and beautiful taste on both of the dresses.

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  • toni

    I absolutely love Kate's second wedding dress, so classy looking!! Beautiful couple. I feel so sad that Princess Diana is not here to witness this special day.

  • Lisa

    She is simply stunning.

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