The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall on the red carpet for the world premiere of “No Time to Die” at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday evening.
The star studded event benefited charities supporting serving and former members of the three intelligence agencies and charities supporting the special forces.
The royals meet actors Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux and Lashana Lynch, screenwriters including Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and “No Time To Die” performers Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell ahead of the screening.
The Duchess dazzled in a gold gown created by Jenny Packham.
The tulle gown is intricately embellished with tonal gold crystals, sequins and beads. The front has a plunging v-neckline, and the back features a long, floaty cape extending from the shoulders.
The custom design appears to take inspiration from Packham's 'Margot' (£2,800) and 'Elizabeth' (£3,640) gowns. The 'Margot' is available at Harrods and Farfetch, while the 'Elizabeth' is available at Net-A-Porter.
UPDATE: To celebrate the forthcoming 60th anniversary of James Bond, Jenny Packham has collaborated with EON Productions on an exclusive capsule collection of evening wear gowns. The 'Goldfinger' gown ($6,655) worn by Kate is one of eight designs to pay homage to the series’ legacy of powerful female characters.
Bellow is a gallery of the complete capsule collection which you can also view on the Jenny Packham website.
Kate also debuted a pair of gold heels. @GabiK_blogoKate quickly identified them as the Aquazzura 'Fenix' 105mm pointed pumps ($750).
Kate complemented the look with her gold statement earrings from O’Nitta, first worn for a reception at the Pakistan National Monument in 2019.
They are a bespoke design featuring uncut crystal stones set in gold-plated metal, and pearl drops.
She also wore her emerald-cut citrine ring.
The Duchess of Cambridge met British US Open champions Emma Raducanu, Joe Salisbury, Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett at the National Tennis Centre on Friday.
Kate and Emma teamed up for a little doubles action against Gordon and Alfie.
To celebrate the success of the four British US Open champions the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) organised a Homecoming event. The Duchess congratulated the players in her role as patron of the LTA.
Kate also meet children taking part in LTA Youth - an innovative programme aimed at inspiring the next generation of tennis players aged 4-18.
SHOES: On ‘The Rodger Advantage’ Tennis Shoes In White/Juniper (£130).
EARRINGS: Hoops from her Missoma Rhodochrosite Mini Pyramid Charm Earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a palace reception in honor of those who worked on the 'Hold Still' project.
Photos of the event were posted on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Instagram page on Wednesday
Kate debuted a Cream Tailored Boucle And Chiffon Midi Dress by Self-Portrait.
This $570 midi wrap dress is cut from boucle, chiffon and fine lace. Designed with a long sleeved bodice that is fitted at the waist and falls to a pleated midi skirt. This style is lined with a self fabric belt and flap pockets.
The model is also available in black at Matches Fashion, and there is a sleeveless version available at 24S.com.
The Duchess wore dangle earrings and a pendant necklace which are currently unable to be identified due to the limited photos available.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited Cumbria today for a day of engagements in the Lake District.
Kate began the day by joining a group of Royal Air Force (RAF) Air Cadets, in her role as Patron, at their Windermere Adventure Training Centre for outdoor activities including abseiling and cycling.
The visit marked the re-opening of the Centre following a £2m refit, aimed to improve the well-being of young people via outdoor activities.
Later, The Duchess met with surviving 'Windermere children', a group of 300 child Holocaust survivors who came to stay in the Lake District for a period of recuperation following what they experienced in concentration camps and ghettos of Nazi Occupied Europe.
During a boat trip on Lake Windermere, Kate spoke with two survivors, Ike and Arek, who shared their powerful stories of trauma and healing.
JACKETS: Seeland 'Hawker' Pine Green Quilt Jacket (repeat) and a NEW Really Wild Belted Jacket in Ivy Green (£395).
SHOES: See By Chloé Combat Ankle Boot (repeat).
EARRINGS: Liv Thurlwell Booble Hoop Earrings (repeat).
The Duchess of Cambridge returned to public duty today following a long summer break. Kate visited the RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire today to meet a number of those who supported the UK’s evacuation of civilians from Afghanistan.
Operation PITTING, the largest humanitarian aid operation for over 70 years, which saw 15,000 people flown out of Kabul in August by the Royal Air Force. Over 850 people arrived at RAF Brize Norton during the two week operation, who were provided with food, clothing, children’s toys, medical support, and childcare and sanitary products whilst their details were processed.
During the visit, The Duchess met with military personnel and civilians who were directly involved in the effort.
The Duchess marked her visit by signing a commemorative document.
JACKET: NEW! Reiss 'Larsson' Double-Breasted Twill blazer in neutral (£285). ID by @emgcollins.
HANDBAG: NEW! Tusting Mini Holly Bag in Taupe (£245). ID by @emgcollins.
TOP: Goat 'Binky' Silk Blouse (repeat).
SHOES: Emmy London 'Josie' Navy Block Heel Pumps (repeat).
EARRINGS: All The Falling Stars Gold Disc Circle Earrings (repeat).
UNIDENTIFIED: Navy croc embossed belt (repeat) and navy wide-leg trousers first worn for the Pride of Britain Awards.
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