Which members of the royal family have worn the replica gown?
According to the insider, he originally planned on buying a copy of Lewis Carrol's Through The Looking Glass for Prince Louis - at a cost of $46,400 - but decided Winnie-the-Pooh was more appropriate.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the spiritual leader of the world's Anglicans, lead the service in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace.
Frozen or not, just save us a slice of the royal cake, please.
It is a replica of the dress made for Queen Victoria's eldest daughter in 1841.
According to a Pop Sugar report, not only does Princess Charlotte look like her mom, the Duchess of Cambridge, but the little girl also looks like her paternal great-grandma (granny?), Queen Elizabeth II. She definitely didn't upstage the bride with that recycled fashion choice, but she still looked wonderful. The new version was made by the Queen's dresser, Angela Kelly. It was carefully washed with spring water after use and stored in a dark room, the Telegraph reported, to keep it in its best condition. Clearly Middleton's got her favorites, and this probably won't be the last time we see this kind of fashion on her.
He is one of Queen Elizabeth's 7 great-grandchildren.
For the christening of George, Kate and Will's first born, in October 2013, Kate again wore a cream Alexander McQueen coat-dress, this one with a large ruffle down the center of her chest and on her waist.
What did Princess Charlotte wear?
Kate Middleton at Princess Charlotte's christening.
As they left, Princess Charlotte, three, clutched an order of service as a souvenir, while Prince George, four, peered calmly at his baby brother.
Along with cake, outfits and designers, Kate also reused Prince Louis' christening gown, having previously dressed both Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3 in it.
What did Prince George wear?