Royal Wedding Dress on Display
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, look at Catherine's wedding dress, at Buckingham Palace in London

It may be one of the most popular exhibitions in Britain but the Duchess of Cambridge's wedding dress display has left the Queen less than impressed.

The monarch is reported not to be a fan of the display which has already been visited by 626,678 people.

Queen Elizabeth, who marked 60 years on the throne last month, is said to have described the display as "horrible" and very "creepy."

Her comments apparently referred to the fact that it was shown on a glowing, headless mannequin.

Kate's dress, an Alexander McQueen design by Sarah Burton, lace bridal gown, went on display last summer, and has since netted a staggering £10 million in ticket sales for the Royal Family, after becoming the star attraction of a Buckingham Palace exhibition.

As part of the display, fans of the fashionista were also able see her Robinson Pelham diamond wedding day earrings, as well as her shoes, wedding cake, and even the Cartier tiara she borrowed from the Queen.

Jonathan Marsdon, director of the Royal Collection described the exhibition as the "best possible start" to the year.

He told the Evening Standard: "Unprecedented numbers came to see the duchess's wedding dress, as the centrepiece of a special display celebrating the role of British design."

Meanwhile, the now famous dress sparked online rage this week after a debate was reignited over it having its own Wikipedia page.

Many critics branded the entry as "trivial" entry and others described it as "one of the lowest points ever reached by Wikipedia!"