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The gorgeous dressed Hollywood celebrity brides ever

The world's most famous wedding dresses have come in every style and guise. Royal weddings have provided many of the most memorial bridal moments. While many a celebrity's dress has proved just as anticipated

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Some of them have been long, some very short and some very wide: the world's most famous wedding dresses have come in every style and guise. Royal weddings have provided many of the most memorial bridal moments - who can't picture Diana, Princess of Wales, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, or Grace Kelly in their gowns? - while many a celebrity's dress has proved just as anticipated, such as Kate Moss's ethereal John Galliano design. Kate Middleton- Over 2 billion people watched the royal wedding on April 29, 2011, and Kate Middleton didn’t disappoint. For her walk down the aisle, the new Duchess of Cambridge wore a gown designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen. “Miss Middleton worked closely with Sarah Burton in formulating the design of her dress,” the Clarence House said. The hand-cut English lace and French Chantilly lace dress was paired with matching Alexander McQueen shoes. ELIZABETH TAYLOR - In 1950, Liz Taylor took her first trip (of seven) down the aisle, marrying hotel heir Conrad "Nicky" Hilton in a Hollywood ceremony. Her silk, basque-waisted gown cost a then-staggering $1500 (almost $14,000 in today's dollars) to make and was a gift from her studio, MGM. CAROLYN BESSETTE - Bessette asked close friend (and then-unknown designer) Narciso Rodriguez to design the gown she wore to marry John F. Kennedy Jr in 1996. The resulting simple bias-cut silk dress launched his career—and cemented her status as a new style icon. LADY DIANA SPENCER- Yes, her puff-sleeved, ruffled, silk taffeta gown—decorated with lace, embroidery, sequins, and around 10,000 tiny pearls—wasn't exactly understated. But then neither was anything else about Diana's royal wedding to Prince Charles in 1981.

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