Caption: The exhibition includes the Queen's wedding and coronation dress
MEMORABLE dresses from the Queen's wardrobe including the monarch's wartime uniform and the outfit she wore to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding are to go on show at Buckingham Palace.
Visitors to the annual summer opening of the state rooms will be able to see some of the Queen's most famous clothes in a special exhibition of her ensembles from childhood to the present day.
Fashioning A Reign: 90 Years Of Style From The Queen's Wardrobe includes the Queen's wedding and coronation dress, as well as her Second World War standard battledress uniform of a wool serge jacket and trousers, with a shirt and tie, and a service cap.
On public display for the first time will be the outfit worn by the Queen for William and Kate's wedding in April 2011.
Designed by her senior dresser Angela Kelly, the crepe-wool beaded primrose dress and coat was worn with a matching hat adorned with handmade silk roses and apricot-coloured leaves. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
The exhibitions will be at the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace from July 23 to October 2, at Windsor Castle from September 17 to January 8 2017, and at Holyroodhouse until October 16
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