The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's wedding dress is at the centre of a row over its own Wikipedia page.
Kate wore the Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown when she married Prince William last April, and the stunning dress now has its own entry on the online encyclopaedia.
However, its inclusion caused a row between the page's editors, with one saying it is a "frankly trivial" entry and "surely not notable enough to be on Wikipedia".
One of the disapproving editors, who are members of the public authorised by the site to alter a page's information, wrote:
"The sheer presence of this article is one of the lowest points ever reached by Wikipedia!"
The editor, who goes by the name Attilios, continued:
"What amazes me is that there's acculturated people (since the article was well written) who has such interests, and free time to lose to devoted themselves for such totally irrelevant arguments."
Another editor wrote:"The fact that this article even exists is a slight indicator of Wiki admins slacking."
However, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has said he approved of the page.