epa02638352 Kate Middleton's see-through lace dress is pictured at an auction in London, Britain, 17 March 2011. The see-through knitted lace dress designed by British designer Charlotte Todd and worn by Britain's Prince William's bride to be Kate Middleton at the St Andrew's annual charity fashion show in 2002 is scheduled to be sold as part of Kerry Taylor Auctions' Passion for Fashion and Fine Textiles sale. The dress which is expected to fetch between 9.000 and 11.000 euros, is supposedly to have been a factor in Middleton's meeting with Prince William. The auction also includes two dresses worn by Princess Diana and a number of items once owned by King Edward VIII's mistress Wallis Simpson. EPA/ANDY RAIN
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