Kate Middleton did not miss the opportunity to honor Princess Diana during her marriage to Prince William.
The Duchess attached a blue ribbon to her dress for a good dress. In a similar fashion, the late princess wore a blue ribbon to her wedding gown, which she wore after her marriage to Prince Charles in 1981.
Prince William also honored his mother because her wedding guests included welfare agents whom she supported throughout her life.
Kate had it in mind when it came to dress design.
The Carsted Alexander McQueen gown was inspired by Victorian design and featured lace, bands and embroidery.
The thread’s work included roses, thrones, and shamrocks, which traditionally represented England, Scotland, and Ireland, respectively.