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Prince William's Wedding Shirt

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English language press aren't the only ones going bananas for the impending Kate Middleton and Prince William nuptials—the Italians are getting all up in the fashion gossip. According to the Telegraph: "Italian newspapers on Wednesday claimed that the royal marriage shirt was being made by a small family tailoring business, G. Inglese, in the popular tourist resort town of Ginosa, in Puglia, southern Italy. Corriere della Sera reported that Prince William had chosen Angelo Inglese, one of the firm's top tailors, after receiving the gift of a bespoke shirt from friends who had been on holiday in the area." [Telegraph]