When talk of a royal wedding is begun around you now, it is easy to think only of that 2011 wedding between Prince William and his bride, Kate Middleton.
It is just totally understandable given how that wedding had all the ingredient of a great royal wedding - pomp, flash, luxury, media following... everything.
Even the bride's dress gathered enough attention on its own because it was something truly grand and totally deserving of royalty.
But was Kate's dress the greatest in the history of royal weddings?
How about royal brides from other parts of the world, and at different times in history?
With assistance from E! Online, and in descending order, we present the top 5 royal wedding dresses in history.
5. Princess Mabel Wisse of Orange-Nassau
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What makes this dress a wonder is the amount of time put into creating it.
The duchess reportedly had Dutch designers Victor & Rolfspend 600 hours creating the silk gown, and adorning it with 248 handmade bows!
The princess married Prince Friso in 2004.
4. Queen Rania al Yassine of Jordan
At her 1993 wedding with King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein, the bride had her wedding gown designed by Bruce Oldfield.
It was a gold-embellished dress which featured huge stylish lapels, short sleeves and a large belt that looked a lot like a power suit.
The designer that made her dress was the same man that made many of Princess Diana's evening gowns at the time.
3. Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco
At the time of her wedding to Prince Rainier III in April 1956, American actress, Grace Kelly wore one of the most gorgeous gowns in royal history
The lace dress which was talk of the town for a long time was designed by Helen Rose and featured long sleeves with a high neck, a corset-like waist and a billowing skirt.
2. Princess Diana of Wales
Princess Diana's gown from her 1981 nuptials to Prince Charles will look outrageously out of place on a 2016 bride, of course, but in terms of its wow! effect at the time it was worn, it remains one of the most famous bridal dresses of all time.
The ivory-silk, taffeta and lace confection was designed by husband and wife team David and Elizabeth Emanuel. It was embroidered with more than 10,000 pearls and and included a massive, 25-foot train. She looked straight out of a fairytale!
1. Duchess Kate Middleton of Cambridge:
Kate Middleton’s wedding to Prince William in 2011, has been dubbed the "wedding of the century" and it won’t be surprising if this is down to the custom-made Alexander McQueen dress the Duchess of Cambridge wore.
The dress was a combination of royal tradition and her contemporary sense of style.
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