Kim Kardashian wore an elegant white wedding dress during her wedding to Kanye West on Saturday and fans were quick to point out the similarities to that of Duchess Kate Middleton's.
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The reality TV star, 33, opted for a long-sleeved, fitted lace number with matching long veil designed by Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci as she made her way down the aisle in Florence, Italy. Critics on social media suspect that the flattering look may have been inspired by the same Alexander McQueen gown worn by Middleton during the 2011 royal wedding.
"Her gown is estimated to cost $2 million," a source previously told RadarOnline.com.
In addition to dress similarities, Kardashian clutched a small bouquet of white flowers as did Middleton in 2011. She and West were also transported from the ceremony via a horse-drawn carriage, much-like Middleton and Prince William were during the royal wedding.
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Kardashian's aunt, Karen Houghton, revealed the E! star's plans to "replicate" the royal wedding during a recent interview.
"Kim saw how visually stunning the royal wedding looked and wants to replicate that. Kim and Kanye want something just as traditional and classy," Houghton reportedly told the Daily Mirror U.K.
"Kim saw how the fashion world has reacted to Kate and wants to be just like her," she added.
This is not the first time that Kardashian, who is renowned for being somewhat of a glamorous sex symbol, has been accused of copying Middleton's style. In 2012 West reportedly asked the reality star to adopt a more natural look like Middleton's.
"Kate Middleton has influenced [Kim's] look while in London. Kate's amazing. We watched her wedding and we thought it was beautiful. Kim's style icon is Sophia Loren," Kardashian's make-up artist Rob Scheppy told the Daily Star at the time.
"Kanye does like to get involved with Kim's look. He actually has a lot of input, he has amazing style so we take his opinions to heart and I say: 'OK, I'll try it,'" he added.