Designer Julien Macdonald says it would be a dream come true if he's asked to create Kate Middleton's wedding dress when she marries Prince William.
Julien Macdonald says it would be a dream come true if he's asked to design Kate Middleton's wedding dress.
The Welsh designer is a huge fan of the future princess - who is set marry Prince William next April - and would love to dress her on her big day as he knows she will make a stunning bride.
He said: "I love Kate Middleton. She always gets fashion right. She's not a trend-setter but a lot of women really like her style. She's a very classic girl, so I think she wants something classy. Her wedding dress will be a dream and I think she will look wonderful."
Julien - who is currently 6/1 with bookmakers to create the gown - is not the only designer in the running to make the much-coveted dress, with London-based Phillipa Lepley the frontrunner.
Although Phillipa, 41, refused to comment on the speculation, Rupert Adams, spokesman for bookmaker William Hill, said: "There has been a real weight of money behind Phillipa, which would normally suggest that she is at the very least on the shortlist to design the dress."