Written by Katie Byrne, published 6th feb 2017
Louise Roe tied the knot with Mackenzie Hunkin in October last year, and if you adored her off-the-shoulder Pronovias wedding gown (which features a 2.55m train, we've got some very exciting news for you... It could be yours!
The big-hearted TV presenter and fashionista has donated her dazzling dress to e-tailer Brides Do Good - with 100% of the sale going to charities Plan International and Too Young To Wed.
The exquistely crafted couture dress - which took the Pronovias team upwards of 850 hours to make - will be going on-sale for £4,500 from 9-19 February, at the Brides Do Good pop-up at Bicester Village.
The event, taking place over ten days at the Oxford shopping destination, will give brides-to-be the opportunity to find their dream wedding gowns (and accessories), with up to two-thirds going to the two charities.
Gowns on offer at the event include designs by the likes of Ian Stuart, Vera Wang and Monique Lhuillier (amongst others), with dresses available in sizes 6 to 16, and prices starting from £500. There's no appointment required for trying on the dresses - unless, of course, you want to slip on Louise's heavenly Pronovias gown, in which case you need to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about Brides Do Good here.
Image: Martha Stewart Weddings, Polly Alexandre Fine Photography