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If you happen to be heading to Buckingham Palace sometime between tomorrow and October, well, you're in luck.
That's because, beginning this Saturday, the stunning lace, ivory and satin wedding gown that Kate Middleton wore when she exchanged vows with Prince William in April will be on display there.
Not surprisingly, the demand for tickets to tour the Palace has increased dramatically over last year in light of the news that several items from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's big day would be showcased.
So what else will folks get to see?
In addition to Kate's gown, which was designed by Sarah Burton, the creative director of British fashion house Alexander McQueen, the exhibit will include the Cartier tiara that Queen Elizabeth II loaned the bride as well as the ivory satin heels Kate walked down the aisle in.
Kate's teardrop diamond earrings, which were a personal gift from her parents, will also be featured.
Hungry for more?
There's also the couple's tiered wedding cake for people to check out as well, sans the top three tiers.
Meanwhile, both Kate and the queen are expected to get a sneak preview of it all today.