In pictures: The Queen's wedding dress goes on display
The Queen's wedding dress, which she wore in 1947, will be a star attraction at a new Buckingham Palace exhibition.
The Queen's wedding dress, which she wore in 1947 when she married Prince Philip, is going on display to the public at Buckingham Palace.
Her Majesty's beautiful gown was designed by Sir Norman Hartnell. His creation is made from silk and decorated with crystals and 10,000 pearls.
The wedding dress makes up just part of a huge exhibition called 'Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Queen's Wardrobe' which opens on Saturday.
Also included is the beautiful dress Queen Elizabeth wore to her Coronation in 1953. The designer who made the dress secretly added an extra four-leaf clover on the the skirt for good luck.
There are lots of other outfits from the monarch's life too, worn during important personal times and major events for the nation, and the exhibit even includes the dress worn when she 'parachuted' into the Olympic stadium during the London 2012 opening ceremony.
This coat and hat were worn at the Service of Thanksgiving for her 90th birthday celebration at St Paul's Cathedral this year.
Visitors will also be able to see just some of the Queen's collection of hats.