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What Will Prince William Wear to Wed? Probably Gieves & Hawkes

Gieves &amp; Hawkes at No. 1 Savile Row, London, via <a href="http://www.gievesandhawkes.com/shop/about-us/">Gieves &amp; Hawkes</a>
Gieves & Hawkes at No. 1 Savile Row, London, via Gieves & Hawkes

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Everyone's in a tizzy over what Kate Middleton will wear in her transition from commoner to princess, but what about Prince William? Doesn't he deserve some fashion speculation as well? WWD reports:

According to British press reports Monday, William plans to marry in a military uniform made by Savile Row tailors Gieves & Hawkes, as the Prince is currently training with Britain’s Royal Air Force. But a spokeswoman for Clarence House, where Prince William and Harry’s offices are based, said that they would “not be commenting” on what William plans to wear for the big day.

However, Gieves & Hawkes didn’t entirely dismiss the idea. The tailoring house said, “We have for the past four years had the pleasure of making several garments for the HRH Prince William and family. To the best of our knowledge what the Prince will wear for his wedding is still to be decided.”

The suspense, it's killing us.
· William's wedding wardrobe [WWD]