The much celebrated wedding gown worn by Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, will go on public display this summer at Buckingham Palace, officials said on Monday.

The royal gown designed by Sarah Burton for the Alexander McQueen label will be shown between July 23 and October 3.

The Victorian style, silk and satin ivory-colored gown features intricate designs with handmade lace applique over bodice and skirt, and a 2.7 meter-long train.

The royal wedding dress of the Duchess was talked about a lot as everything about the dress including the design and the designer's identity was kept secret during preparations of the wedding of Britain's Prince William.

The world got the first glimpse of the dress as Kate Middleton made her first public appearance as the royal bride outside London's Westminster Abbey on April 29th.

Other accessories that will be displayed along with the dress include handmade McQeeen wedding shoes worn by Middleton, Robinson Pelham diamond earrings, ivory silk-tulle veil, Cartier halo tiara as well as the multi-tiered wedding cake.