H&M is selling a Kate Middleton wedding dress rip off – and its far more affordable than her £250,000 frock
High-street store H&M have only gone and released a thrifty version of her royal wedding gown worn for her nuptials to Prince William back on on 29 April 2011.
Their version features the same lace long sleeves, a plunging V-neck and an A-line skirt packed with bridal elegance.
And you can snap it up for the bargain price of $299 (£212).
It doesnt come with Kates 9ft train, however, but at just over £200, who cares about that?
In fact, its not just a good price for a rip off of Kates stunning frock – its a bargain price for a wedding gown full stop.
The dress is currently selling on the H&M website but if you want it, youd better be quick – its likely it will sell out fast.
Their Kate-inspired dress is part of H&Ms new wedding collection, which features affordable bridal gowns and low-cost options for guests.
A closer look at the Duchess Of Cambridge's wedding dress
Alexander McQueens creative director Sarah Burton was the brains behind Kates elegant – and stunning – lace bridal gown for her wedding to Prince William.
For months speculation was rife on who would be the designer and Sarah had kept a stealthy silence on the matter.
So it was only natural that everyone was clamoring for the first glimpse of Kate in her dress – even it it was shielded in part by the screens at The Goring.
As Kate finally emerged outside Westminster Abbey – with the entire world seeing her dress on TV screens before her husband-to-be had – it was confirmed that Burton was in fact the designer.
She was even on hand to neaten the train – which was 9ft long – on the day and ensure every inch of the dress looked perfect as Kate made her way down the aisle.
It later emerged that Kate and Sarah had been having secret meetings at Hampton Court Palace to discuss the dress – the location chosen due to its proximity to The Royal School Of Needlework, who created the lace for the gown.
It was so hush-hush that staff there were told that the lace they were creating was actually for a period drama.
If all of this talk of Kates wedding dress has got you all nostalgic, check out our eight favourite moments from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridges wedding here.