The Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William on the red carpet this evening for the British Academy Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony at Royal Albert Hall in London.
Kate looked dazzling in a white Grecian-style off-the-shoulder gown, a bespoke design by Alexander McQueen.
Here is a look at the back of the gown and the floral appliqué on the shoulder.
The Duchess wore statement earrings belonging to Princess Diana which she wore to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991.
However, the detachable pearl drops are different to the pair worn by the late Princess. Diana’s are more rounded, and it seems Kate may have interchanged them with pearl drops from another pair of Diana's earrings.
The glittering effect extended to Kate's feet.
She debuted the Jimmy Choo 'Romy 100' Pointy Toe Pumps in Silver and Dusk Blue Fireball Glitter Dégradé Fabric (US$725).
I believe Kate's new white satin minaudiere may be the Alexander McQueen Butterfly box clutch (US$2,890).
The Duchess finished the dazzling look with a diamond quartrefoil bracelet which once belonged to the Queen Mother. Kate first wore it in November 2017 at a AFNCCF gala dinner.
Finally, here's a look at Kate's glamorous up-do.
Back in January, the Palace announced that the Duchess of Cambridge will co-design a garden for this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Today, the plans for the garden were released.
Kate has been working with Davies White Landscape Architects, in partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), to create a woodland which seeks to recapture for adults the sense of wonder and magic that they enjoyed as children, in addition to kindling excitement and a passion for nature in future generations.
Called the RHS Back to Nature Garden, it is hoped the project will showcase the benefits of the natural world on physical and mental health.
In the photos above, the Duchess is in the same outfit worn to the King Henry’s Walk engagement in January. The pieces include the Dubarry 'Bracken' Tweed Sports Jacket and the mahogany J.Crew Mockneck sweater.
Kate also wore her beloved KIKI 'Lauren' Yellow Gold Pavé Diamond Leaf Earrings.
In support of Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week, The Duchess of Cambridge made a special visit to Lavender Primary School, where she heard how pupils, parents and staff stay 'Healthy: Inside and Out'. It is this year's theme focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.
The Duchess wore a new shift dress by London label, Eponine.
The vibrant kelly green dress is a modified design based off 'The Madame Thénardier' dress from the brand's SS18 collection.
Kate teamed it with black stockings and a new pair of black suede ankle boots.
They are the L.K. Bennett 'Marissa' booties, crafted from super-soft suede with a lace-up design, an almond shape toe and a high block heel. Originally retailing for US$495, the boots are on sale for $346.50 at LK Bennett USA.
She carried her trusty Mulberry 'Bayswater' Black Suede Clutch.
Kate finished of the look with her KIKI Lauren Yellow Gold Diamond Pave Leaf Earrings.
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