While she's keeping schtum on the name of the designer creating her wedding dress, Kate Middleton has turned her attention to her honeymoon wardrobe.
According to a story in today's Sun newspaper, Kate has told pop star-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham that she wants to wear her designer evening dresses on her honeymoon after falling in love with items sent to her from the spring/summer 2011 collection.
It's understood that Kate has also been asking Victoria for tips on how to style her look during the romantic break, however the Victoria Beckham press office is refusing to comment on the story.
Kate's interest in the Victoria Beckham range was first revealed during New York Fashion Week in February, when the former Spice Girl told reporters that she had sent a selection of dresses to the royal bride-to-be.
"Apparently, she likes my clothes and has asked to see a selection," Beckham said. "It's tremendously exciting and I would be honoured if she were to wear my designs."
Since her engagement to Prince William back in November, Kate has really upped her fashion game displaying a better understanding of designer labels and rocking a series of style savvy looks. These include a classic Burberry trench coat worn during a recent visit to Northern Ireland (which instantly sold out), a chic pillar box red skirt suit by Luisa Spagnoli worn during a trip back to her university in St Andrews and, of course, that blue Issa gown worn to the couple's official engagement announcement, which also sold out immediately and sparked a flurry of high street copies.
Kate Middleton and Prince William will marry in Westminster Abbey on 29 April and then jet off on honeymoon to an undisclosed location.
Picture: Kate Middleton in her Burberry trench in Northern Ireland in March 2011.
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