The Kate Middleton effect is likely to strike again. While she had not appeared on a red carpet for several months, the Duchess of Cambridge made a much noticed return to that of the Royal Albert Hall in London, for the Premiere of the latest James Bond film, Die May wait. And as she arrived on Prince William’s arm, she was a real eye-catcher in a glittering gold cape dress by Jenny Packham, one of her favorite designers. An outfit that cost Kate Middleton a small fortune, who on occasion likes to put her hand in the wallet when it comes to being among the most memorable personalities of the evening.
A tulle evening dress embroidered with rhinestones, crystals and sequins, topped with a cape bearing Elizabeth’s name, sold for 3640 pounds on the Net-a-porter site, or 4220 euros. And if there are still a few models available on some sales sites that offer the creation of Jenny Packham, they should go very quickly as the clothes worn by Kate Middleton tend to soar sales in the hours when she sports them. To complete her look, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for nude Aquazzura pumps, as well as gold earrings by designer O’Nitaa Catherine, already seen on her during her royal trip to Pakistan in 2019.
Kate Middleton complimented by famous actor
For once, Kate Middleton scored points within the royal family and charmed many people who came to attend this preview, such as Daniel Craig of course, but also Léa Seydoux, dressed in Louis Vuitton, Ana de Armas, or Rami Malek, but also Billie Eilish, who signs the soundtrack of Dying Can Wait. The interpreter of agent 007 was not insensitive to the charm of the Duchess of Cambridge if we are to believe the prying ears, who reported that he had slipped her that she was “jolly lovely, “or” nicely adorable “in a literal translation, reports Harper’s Bazaar. But one thing is certain, it overshadowed many guests, especially the other members of the royal family who came the same evening, such as Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.
Kate Middleton and Prince William with Prince Charles and Camilla © Facebook