Will Kate Middleton's wedding dress be white? Future princess wants color

prince-william-kate-middleton-engagement.jpgCertain media outlets recently caused a stir regarding the fact that Prince William's bride-to-be, Kate Middleton, is allegedly not a virgin. (Gasp! A woman in an eight-year relationship in 2011 might have had sex? Surely you jest.)

While the Palace has chosen not to make a fuss over the status of Middleton's v-card (a dignity they didn't afford the virginal Princess Diana in 1981), The Powers that Be may put their foot down when it comes to the color of her dress. A white dress has long symbolized purity and virginity, but the modern princess may go in a different direction.

Rumor has it that Middleton's dress, which is now finished, as she had her final fitting on Friday, may be of the non-traditional variety and have a splash of color involved. Middleton has worked hard to slim down her already svelte figure for the dress, which remains under lock and key -- the designer hasn't even been revealed.

Online gambling site Bodog.com is currently taking bets as to whether Kate will go for white -- among other things. (Do you really want to be the guy who bets that Prince Harry will forget to bring the rings altogether?)

If you're not so interested in putting your money where your mouth is, you can put your wallet away and voice your opinion in our poll below.