Kate's iconic Alexander McQueen wedding gown is the center of an online debate.
Some editors of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia are advocating to remove the site's page devoted to Kate's Alexander McQueen wedding gown, stating that the entry is "frankly trivial" and "surely not notable enough to be on Wikipedia."
One outraged editor took to the website's Talk section and wrote: "The sheer presence of this article is one of the lowest point ever reached by Wikipedia!"
"The fact that this article even exists is a slight indicator of Wiki admins slacking," wrote another disgruntled editor.
While the article was flagged for deletion the same day Kate debuted it at the Royal Wedding, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales said he approved the page and believes it should stay due to its legacy in the fashion world.
Um, can someone please explain to us why the horrific movie 27 Dresses gets an uncontested Wikipedia entry, but this piece of fashion history is considered trivial?!
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