How Would You Look as Prince William's Bride-to-Be, Kate Middleton?

11/24/2010 at 02:30 PM ET

Try on Kate Middleton's Hair in Instant Makeover Tim Rooke/Rex USA

With an official wedding date of April 29th just announced, Prince William might officially be off the market–but that doesn’t mean you have to abandon your dreams of seeing yourself as his royal princess. We’ve just added Kate Middleton‘s brunette hairstyle to Instant Makeover! Try the look on yourself, and then send to your friends or even twitpic us the new you on Twitter. If Hollywood royalty is more your speed, you can also see how you’d look in hundreds of other hairstyles and makeup from red carpet queens like Anne Hathaway, Emma Watson and Carrie Underwood. –Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester


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SS on

If I could be anyone I would be her on her wedding day lol. I know they’ll make each other happy forever. best of Luck to them!

Andie on

She is of average looks certainly not stunning like Princess Diana. And, besides anyone can look that great with all the monetary resources she has!

Dana on

I think she’s beautiful! I thought Princess Diana was gorgeous, but she got more beautiful as she aged. When she got engaged, I thought she was a very plain Jane.

Ann on

I think he is making a huge mistake marrying her. I am a really good judge of character and I feel like he is making a huge mistake in the pit of my stomach. I pray that God will lead and guide him. We have to look out for him because Diana is not here to do so. I love him and wish him well.

marky on

She is much prettier than Diana was. Diana was attractive, but never beautiful. Kate (Catherine) is very pretty and conducts herself with such grace and seems to love William very much and he seems to love her. I don’t think Diana loved Charles or Charles loved Diana. It was a marriage of convenience and hard for both of them. Neither was faithful, and Charles wasn’t worse than Diana, just because you liked her.

Elinor on

How many years apart are they?…cause she looks

Lisa on

@KathyH She has been Catherine all along & has always gone by that. It was the press that nicknamed her Kate…she has never, ever used it herself. Her friends & family all call her Catherine.

yup on

She needs to change that raccoon make-up and of course shorten hair otherwise she looks 10 years older.

D.K. Milgrim-Heath on

The Beauty Of Future Princess Catherine That Can’t Be Hidden
By D.K. Milgrim-Heath©2010
The beauty of future Princess Catherine that can’t be hidden-
It’s no wonder Prince William of England was smitten!
The beauty of extremely gorgeous long hair-
That turns everyone’s head as they stare!
A smile so loving for all the world to admire-
A happy glow for all she does royally by desire.
Such a proud lady for 8 years willing to wait-
She has her Prince now that she can finally appreciate!
Whatever Princess Catherine decides to wear-
Be it her hairstyle or clothing it will be with flair.
A real beauty reminiscent of Diana, Prince William’s mother-
Prince William and Catherine are so regal looking standing with one another.
Proudly forever Wearing Princess Diana’s engagement ring-
Now Catherine is ready for being a future Princess with everything.
So long Princess Catherine may you be-
A princess the world loves so enjoyably.

Caterina on

Kate/Catherine is just stunning. From her interview with the Prince you can tell she is just beautiful inside and out. What a wonderful thing, romance. Could not have happened to two better people.

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