On May 19 of this year half the world met in front of the TV to watch the wedding of the year, the link of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The bride's dress was the best kept secret for months. And he did not disappoint with his entry into the chapel of St. George of Windsor Castle, wrapped in a beautiful Givenchy designed by Clare Waight Keller. Now, we can see that dress up close, and also the costume that Prince Harry wore that day. These are all the details of the exhibition.
It has been announced this morning through Twitter. The Royal Collection Trust, a non-profit organization responsible for managing part of the assets of the English Royal Family, will organize an exhibition in which Givenchy dress, shoes and jewelry can be seen (Meghan's tiara included), plus an exact reproduction of Harry's suit.
The first place where the exhibition will arrive, how could it be otherwise, will be Windsor Castle. It will open on Friday, October 26 and will remain until Sunday, January 6. A good plan to complement a Christmas getaway to London. The entrance to the exhibition will be included in the usual price of access to the entire Windsor Castle: £ 21.70 (about 24 euros). More information about the exhibition can be found on its website.
In 2019, the exhibition will move to Edinburgh, specifically to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, where it will be exhibited from June 14 to October 6.
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