UPDATE: Here's the dress!
Specific details regarding Kate Middleton's wedding dress have been kept under tight wraps…until now.
While the soon-to-be-newlywed has managed to keep her dress design a secret, London's Daily Mail is reporting she designed the gown herself, drawing on the fashions of the Renaissance period for inspiration.
So, what will the highly anticipated design look like?
The reportedly ivory, satin and lace frock will include a "nod" to the Emanuel wedding dress donned by Prince William's mother, Princess Diana, along with pearl button detail and a 10-foot-train, according to the newspaper.
Libelula label creator Sophie Cranston, who has dressed the likes of Emma Watson and Jerry Hall, is reported to be the designer who turned Middleton's designs into her dream wedding gown.
As for her jewelry, the 29-year-old fashionista will likely wear pearl and diamond earrings, and other borrowed jewelry from Queen Elizabeth II.
The royal wedding will take place April 29 at Westminster Abbey.