Prince William and his aides want you to care about what he wears on his wedding day since, after all, Kate Middleton isn't the only one who will put on something fancy for the occasion. At least 2 percent of the attention paid to the couple's clothing will be on his dress. Perhaps his office's secrecy is part of a grand plan to drum up the excitement over his suit leading up to the wedding. A spokesperson told the British press they will "not be commenting" on his wedding outfit, though the prince — who is training with the Royal Air Force — will reportedly wear a military uniform made by Saville Row's Gieves & Hawkes. "We have for the past four years had the pleasure of making several garments for the HRH Prince William and family," the tailors said, keeping it coy. "To the best of our knowledge what the Prince will wear for his wedding is still to be decided." So. But you know whose clothes really aren't getting enough attention? The bridesmaids'.
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