The wedding dress worn by Kate Middleton has shattered records for visits to Buckingham Palace in just over a month on display.
The dress worn by the Duchess of Cambridge during William and Kate's wedding was put on display on July 23. It has since amassed more than 355,000 visitors, 20 percent above the typical average visits to Buckingham Palace during summer.
This year has been our highest to date, a spokesperson for the Royal Collection told the Daily Mail. The wedding dress has proved very popular.
According to the Daily Mail, 413,000 people visited the Palace during the summer months last year.
The Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress, worn by Kate Middleton for the Royal Wedding on April 29, cost £250,000. The exhibit where the dress is on display also has the 1,000 diamond Cartier tiara, the Alexander McQueen wedding shoes and diamond earrings worn by Middleton during the Royal Wedding.
The special exhibit is set to close to the public on Oct. 3 and is estimated to bring in £8 million total by the final date.
Adult tickets cost £17.50 and child admission is £10, which will be donated towards William and Kate's wedding charity fund. The charity has already amassed £1million, according to the Daily Mail. Another portion of the proceeds will help pay for the restoration and maintenance of Buckingham palace.
If trekking to the UK to see Kate Middleton's wedding dress proves difficult, view the slideshow for an exclusive look at the royal wedding dress on display at Buckingham Palace.