The see-through dress royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton wore as part of a university fashion show in 2002 is to be sold at auction.

Her catwalk debut reportedly marked the first time her husband-to-be Prince William first saw the attractive brunette. Middleton wore the Charlotte Todd knitted slip at a St. Andrews University charity fashion show and Todd has kept the outfit ever since it was returned to her.

The dress will go under the hammer at a Kerry Taylor Auctions sale next month (Mar11).

Todd, who now works in an aquarium, tells The Associated Press, "It's definitely a showstopping dress. I'd like to think I played my part in history and in fashion history." (KL/WNWA/ZN)

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