The moment when Meghan Markle walked on the steps of St. George's Chapel last year is a memory surely etched in the memories of royal fans.
But fortunately, for those of us who need a reminder, the famous Givenchy dress is in motion and should be on display in Edinburgh for a special show on the day of magic.
The bridal outfits will be exhibited for the first time in Scotland from June 14, as part of an exhibition titled "A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex" at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Concentrated around the piece of resistance of the Duchess Meghan's iconic dress, with its boat neckline and tapered waist, do not miss it if you're a fan of the duchess.
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Designed by Claire Waight Geller, Artistic Director of Givenchy, the silk dress will be shown alongside the 16-foot long veil and diamond and platinum diadem that held it in place.
And for that extra touch of realism, a replica of the bride's bouquet was created from artificial flowers.
The cavalry uniform of Prince Harry's House, specially created by the Dege and Skinner tailors at Savile Row, London, will be proud next to Meghan's dress.
Although it was not what he actually wore that day, the new father would have lent an identical uniform to the palace of Holyroodhouse for the exhibition.
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If that's not enough, Prince George's Boy's Uniform and Princess Charlotte's Silk Bridesmaid Dress will also be there.
And to watch the wedding behind the scenes, visitors will also have the opportunity to view images recorded before the wedding, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex discuss their choice of outfits, music and flowers.
The exhibition runs until October 6th. You will find information on the purchase of tickets on the Royal Collection Trust website.
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