Kate Middleton's Dress-Making Team at McQueen Thought They Were Working on a Movie Costume

Just because Kate Middleton's wedding dress and its designer have been revealed, doesn't mean it's time to stop obsessing over it. There are still so many questions! The foremost being, how in the world was the dress kept a secret?! There have been rumors of secret meetings behind locked doors, and that the dress was created in pieces. The latest scoop, reported by Us Weekly, says that the lace-makers were told that they were working on a dress for a British costume drama. Seamstresses at Alexander McQueen also thought that the gown was for a film (no wonder why no one blabbed). All senior staffers at McQueen were instructed to lie if asked whether Burton was the 'chosen one.'
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Just because Kate Middleton's wedding dress and its designer have been revealed, doesn't mean it's time to stop obsessing over it. There are still so many questions! The foremost being, how in the world was the dress kept a secret?! There have been rumors of secret meetings behind locked doors, and that the dress was created in pieces. The latest scoop, reported by Us Weekly, says that the lace-makers were told that they were working on a dress for a British costume drama. Seamstresses at Alexander McQueen also thought that the gown was for a film (no wonder why no one blabbed). All senior staffers at McQueen were instructed to lie if asked whether Burton was the 'chosen one.'
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Just because Kate Middleton's wedding dress and its designer have been revealed, doesn't mean it's time to stop obsessing over it.

There are still so many questions! The foremost being, how in the world was the dress kept a secret?!

There have been rumors of secret meetings behind locked doors, and that the dress was created in pieces.

The latest scoop, reported by Us Weekly, says that the lace-makers were told that they were working on a dress for a British costume drama. Seamstresses at Alexander McQueen also thought that the gown was for a film (no wonder why no one blabbed). All senior staffers at McQueen were instructed to lie if asked whether Burton was the 'chosen one.' The fittings were held in Buckingham Palace with a small team who had signed secrecy agreements.

Surely, there are more details to come, but until then, we can always obsess over Pippa and her bum (and now maybe her boobs, too).