Sweden's most glamorous royals will soon have the chance to relive their big days!

By Caris Davis
Updated September 30, 2016 03:45 PM
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Sweden’s most glamorous royals will soon have the chance to relive their big days!

Crown Princess Victoria and her fellow Swedish princesses have joined Queen Silvia in contributing their wedding dresses to a new exhibition celebrating four decades of royal love matches.

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The show, due to open next month at Stockholm’s Royal Palace, is part of national celebrations honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of reigning monarchs King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia.

In addition to Victoria and Silvia’s gorgeous gowns, visitors will get the chance to view the nuptial dresses of Princess Madeleine and Princess Sofia.

Rounding out the display (and upping the glamor factor!) will be the wedding dress worn by the late Princess Lilian, who wed the king’s favorite uncle, Prince Bertil in December 1976.

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As for the designers behind the stunning gowns, two of the three royal sisters’ dresses were created by Swedish designers, while Madeleine opted for Valentino and the Queen chose Christian Dior. Princess Lilian’s was made by England’s Elizabeth Wondrak.

The exhibition will be displayed in the Hall of State at the royal palace and runs from October 18 through March 2017.