The transparent dress that Kate Middleton wore at a fashion show in 2002, was auctioned Thursday for a sum of over 89,000 euros. According to Charles Todd, the designer of the dress, its creation, the spark between Prince William and his future to skip.
Middleton wore the dress at a charity fashion show at the University of St. Andrews, where both Prince William and Kate was studied. Reportedly, the prince first fell in Middleton when he’s not in the revealing dress on the catwalk saw.
The auction is made of knitted dress, gold silk with light blue accents. Under the transparent dress that was originally intended as a skirt, wore the black pants and a princess coming bandeautop.
The design was bought by an anonymous buyer. “It’s an iconic piece and he is very happy with his purchase. It is a good addition to his collection, “says the agent of the buyer.
Auctioneer Kelly Taylor, the value of the dress originally applied to one tenth of the amount estimated. She thinks that the controversy surrounding the dress is by what the garment symbolizes the day when the spark between the couple skipped.
Kate Middleton and Prince William to join in marriage April 29, 2011.