Kate's dress? Soon to be HRH Kate, British press backs Oldfield dress but English press doesn’t because of what happen to the poor girl in the last British dress? HRH- Di
It might have been a casual shopping trip, or it might have been something more that really cares? know one really but the British press as to sell its gutter press somehow.
The British not English royal watchers are on pins and needles over even the smallest details about Prince William's upcoming wedding to Kate Middleton. In the frenzied pre-wedding atmosphere, a visit by the bride's mother and sister to Bruce Oldfield, one of so called Britain's leading fashion designers, is seen as an indication that Middleton may be using him to design The Dress for her April 29 union “we wouldn’t look what happen to the last girl he put in jinx dress Dianna?????? One has to wonder if the poor girl Kate really, really knows what sort of life she is really letter herself in for Di didn’t despite the warning she was given.
"He's just shot to the top of the list," said Peta Hunt, fashion director for you and Your Wedding magazine. She said the fact that Carole and Pippa Middleton, who are both known to take a low-key approach to fashion, spent 90 minutes with Oldfield at his salon is a sign that he is doing some designing related to the wedding.
Of course, it's always possible Oldfield may be making gowns for the mother and sister of the bride, but not the bride herself, or that Carole and Pippa Middleton stopped in to buy accessories for another event.
Still, Hunt said Oldfield would do a superb job if he is, indeed, the chosen one.
"He has a simple elegant touch which would be ideal for Kate," she said.
The identity of the actual dressmaker is a closely guarded secret. Oldfield's spokeswoman Monday refused to comment, and palace officials said the dress choice is a "private matter" because Kate Middleton wants to be able to surprise her fiancé on their wedding day, its reminds us of Alison wedding on the Vicar of Dibley.
There have been earlier booklets of speculation about Oldfield, who was one of Princess Diana's favourite designers.
He concocted many dresses for Diana over the years and has also developed a celebrity following that includes Catherine Zeta Jones, Sienna Miller and Barbra Streisand which is not really saying a lot about their tastes but each to his her own?
Oldfield, 60, was mentioned as a possible choice to design Middleton's dress when the royal engagement was announced in November. In December, designer Ben di Lisa created a stir when he said he had heard that Oldfield had been chosen.
And of course British bookmakers have slashed their odds on Oldfield designing the gown since news of the Middleton’s' visit to his salon came out because so many people expect him to get the choice assignment if he doesn't already have it.
There is far more to this life and a secondhand wedding