Princess Diana's wedding dress, the world's most eminent wedding dress so far, will be seen on NBC-TV's “Today Show.”
The wedding gown Princess Diana wore for her 1981 wedding to Prince Charles is probable to be seen live between 7 and 8 a.m. in the broadcast from New York City.
The wedding dress's visit to the Grand Rapids Art Museum ended last week and the dress with its 25-foot train departed West Michigan last weekend for a fast trip to New York City.
“We're praying for no snow and no jackknifed trucks,” said NBC-TV reporter Peter Alexander, who was in Grand Rapids throughout the exhibition.
It'll soon be on its way to Kansas City along with the rest of the show “Diana – A Celebration,” which opens March 4 for a 14-week stay in the city's Union Station.
The dress with its 25-foot train is the world's most famous wedding dress for the instant, but only for a few more weeks. Royal watchers and bridal buffs all have their eyes peeled for their first sight of the gown Kate Middleton will wear for her marriage to Prince William on April 29.
The fashion industry continues to buzz about who Middleton will decide to create the gown for the next royal wedding of the century, which will be an instant icon the moment it's seen by worldwide spectators.
“Approaching 1 billion public saw her coming down the aisle of St. Paul's,” Alexander said.
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