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What She Wore: Pippa Middleton In Alexander McQueen At The Royal Wedding

Pippa Middleton was the talk-of-the-town at the Royal Wedding on April 29. The world was excited they’d finally get to see older sister Kate Middleton in her wedding gown, but they didn’t anticipate that Pippa would make an impact all of her own. Pippa was also dressed in an Alexander McQueen gown. Her gown was designed and created by Sarah Brown from McQueen’s Pre-Fall 2009 collection.

Pippa’s dress was ivory and satin-based. The dress, which had an regal-looking cowl neck was adorned with the same the same button and lace detail trims that Catherine’s dress had.

She looked gorgeous and you can only imagine how stunning she would have looked in the red version of the dress.

Photos via Getty Images

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Photos Of Kate Middleton In Her Wedding Dress

Catherine Middleton looked stunning in her wedding gown, almost reminiscent of Grace Kelly on her wedidng day. People from all over the world, eagerly awaited their chance to catch a glimpse of her dress and once she stepped out of the car, she didn’t disappoint. Pippa, Catherine’s sister. held the bride’s 9-foot train as she made her way into the Abbey.

Middleton’s wedding dress was ivory with lace applique floral detail. It was designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. Kate also did her own make-up.

 Photos by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Europe

Beyonce Will Not Be Perfoming At Royal Wedding

For the past few days, rumors have been circulating that Beyoncé and Jay-Z will be performing at the Royal Wedding on April 29. We can now tell you that half of that rumor has been squashed.

Beyonce’s rep dispelled the rumor a couple of nights ago saying, “the ceremony is not on her schedule and she has a shoot in New York on Saturday (April 30),” her rep told ET.

Jay-Z’s rep has yet to confirm or deny the rumors.

Kate Middleton and Prince William will be married this Friday, April 29. Check your local listings for when the wedding will air.

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