LuAnn de Lesseps has a Vision of Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress
The Countess predicts a mix of modern and traditional.
Stella McCartney! Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton! Royal watchers everywhere have been speculating about who will design Kate Middleton's wedding dress since the moment news broke that Prince William finally put an 18-carat ring on it.
It's doubtful that details of Kate's selection will leak prior to the couple's April 29 wedding, so RadarOnline consulted Bravo's resident royal, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, for an insider's perspective on what a gown fit for a princess should entail.
"I think Kate is a beautiful woman. She has her own sense of style, she carries herself beautifully well," the Real Housewives of New York City star spills. "I think she'll go traditional, but she will have her own modern edge. I think that's going to be interesting because people are expecting her to be a certain way, and I think she's going to surprise us."
The Countess, who's dating French businessman Jacques Azoulay, confesses that talking about trains and tiaras "just makes me want to get married again." Oh really? The New York 'Wife tells Showbiz Tonight, "Never say never. I'm very happy. I feel really lucky to have met somebody so great."
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