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Kate Walsh: Beautiful Bride in Training?

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If, like us, you thought Kate Walsh looked great in a white Catherine Malandrino dress a few weeks ago, we'd have to agree.

If you thought the similar Jay Godfrey dress on the blue carpet at the Fantastic Four opening in London was also a hit, well, we would be in agreement there as well.

But the floor-length David Salomon gown the Private Practice star wore last week at the Women in Film Crystal and Lucy Awards sealed the deal for us.

The ex- Grey's Anatomy doctor looks so good in white, there's no doubt she'll make a beautiful bride when she walks down the aisle with Alex Young!

Kate Walsh: A Lady in White

Which outfit of Kate's do you like best?

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she looks beautiful in every pic...but i have to say i like the last one the most :)

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I like the last one.... the hair looks so good there!

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my vote is for the dress on the right---fits her to a tee! she's so darn gorgeous, ughhhhhh! maybe she has bad breath! lol

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I dislike her but she's horrid with these dresses.

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Ehh i hate the midde one!

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I like the last one the best too because she looks really beautiful and really natural.

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i like the last one the best. the middle one looks a little odd

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I like the second one and the last one, but I like the last one the best.

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The seven year itch!

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Very Marilyn Monroe in ..what was that movie again? With Tom Ewell? One of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Period.

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