The royal wedding gown of Princess Eugenie will be on public display at Windsor Castle.

The Royal Collection Trust stated that the dress would be showcased in an exhibition titled ‘A Royal Wedding: HRH Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jack Brooksbank’ that will run from March 1 to April 22.

The wedding gown was created by the design team of the Peter Pilotto brand, Christopher De Vos and Pilotto himself. Both of whom are based in Britain. The wedding gown garnered International interest in 2018. The white long-sleeved dress caught attention not only for its beauty but for the story behind it.

Princess Eugenie chose a low backed design that revealed a childhood scar. At age 12, Princess Eugenie had a scoliosis operation on her back and is now a patron of The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Appeal. Commenting on the style of her dress, Princess Eugenie said:

“It’s a lovely way to honour the people who looked after me and a way of standing up for young people who also go through this.”

This time last year, wedding invitations were finding their way to guests for the royal wedding, which took place on October 12, 2018. Princess Eugenie married her fiancé Brooksbank in the impressive St. George’s Chapel of Windsor Castle, the same venue where Prince Harry and Megan Markle walked down the aisle.

The famous Givenchy wedding dress of Meghan Markle was also displayed in a similar presentation by the Royal Collection Trust in 2018, with that particular exhibition finishing on January 6.