- Associated Press - Thursday, March 17, 2011

LONDON (AP) - Kate Middleton’s famous see-through dress is set to be auctioned in London.

She wore the revealing garment to a 2002 charity fashion show when she and Prince William were students at the University of St. Andrews.

Some believe she caught her future husband’s eye that night. Their romance started soon after.

The dress is set to be sold Thursday at Kerry Taylor Auctions. It is expected to make more than 8,000 pounds ($13,000).

The garment was initially intended to be worn as a skirt, but Middleton instead wore it as a short dress. She wore black lingerie underneath.

It was designed by Charlotte Todd, who now works at an aquarium.

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