We knew when we saw Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen wedding dress that it would go down in history, and now the famed frock has its own exhibition to prove it. Entitled "The Royal Wedding Dress: A Story of Great British Design, An exhibition" opened over the weekend at Buckingham Palace, allowing the public to see up close Kate's Sarah Burton designed gown, her lace covered shoes, Cartier tiara, and the cake (complete with crumbling cuts). The Duchess accompanied the Queen to see the exhibit who muttered that it was "creepy" and "horrid", referring to the headless mannequin and floating veil. Upon closer inspection, we kinda agree with her majesty. Tell us what you think in the comments section below; does Kate's frock look gorgeous, or just plain ghostly?
Catch Kate and the Queen touring the exhibit . . .