This weekend at Buckingham Palace, it will feel like April 29 all over again.
A new exhibit showcasing Kate Middelton's wedding dress, tiara and more opens to the public Saturday, with over 125,000 advance tickets already sold.
The exhibit will also display her shoes, jewelry, an artificial version of Kate's bouquet, and even the wedding cake, minus its top three layers, obviously.
The Duchess herself will be checking the exhibit out today alongside HRM Queen Elizabeth II, with whom she'll hang out later this summer as well.
Seeing the iconic dress in person, a USA Today reporter gushed over the details in the gown, which is "British craftsmanship at its best," such as:
"The sumptuousness of the lace flowers sewn onto the skirt and bodice, the deep vertical pleats that fall gracefully from the waistline down to the hem, the train's elaborate individual panels, deliberately engineered to hold their shape."
Whatever that means, Kate Middleton sure looked elegant.
The shoes for the big day, also by Alexander McQueen, were covered in white lace and featured heels 3-4 inches high. The exhibit ends October 3.