Wales full-back Non Evans has called on the WRU to follow the lead of their English counterparts and stage home internationals at the national stadium.
England's women were roared to victory over New Zealand at Twickenham in November after forming a double header with the men's clash against the All Blacks.
Evans, who represented Wales in judo and weightlifting at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, has racked up 75 international caps and wore the Bristol shirt for nine years.
But with this year's RBS Six Nations fixtures again set to be staged at Bridgend, Evans has appealed to Welsh authorities to deliver her dream of playing at the Millennium Stadium.
"I thought it was fantastic that the RFU played the women's game on the same day as the men's at Twickenham," said Evans.
"I think it would have been a very proud moment for the English girls to play at their national stadium.
"I would love it if the Welsh Rugby Union did that as well because it would be incredible to play at the Millennium Stadium.
"To play rugby in those surroundings would be a dream come true and I would be incredibly proud to be part of it."
Wales will face England at Esher in their opening Six Nations clash before hosting Scotland and France at Bridgend, travelling to Ireland and then returning home to finish against Italy.
And after defeating England en-route to finishing second in last year's tournament, Evans is desperate to go one better in 2010.
"Beating England was a really big moment for us, we always want to beat the English and it was a great moment for us to do it," added Evans.
"We've proved now that we can do it and so we have to try and do it again this year and hopefully we can spring a surprise.
"It will be very hard because they will be looking for revenge but we want to prove it wasn't a fluke."