Kate Middleton Went Full Royal in a Gold-Sequined Cape Gown at the ‘No Time to Die’ Premiere

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Kate Middleton Went Full Royal in a Gold-Sequined Cape Gown at the ‘No Time to Die’ Premiere
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Kate Middleton doesn't often step out on a red carpet, but for her first big one of 2021, the Duchess of Cambridge fully leaned into golden girl vibes. Kate stepped out with Prince William for tonight's No Time to Die premiere in London, and she opted to wear a gold sequined cape gown by Jenny Packham with Onitaa earrings. She had her brown hair styled up.

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The No Time to Die red carpet was all-around star-studded, with Billie Eilish, Ana de Armas, and tennis pro Emma Raducanu among the other attendees. Kate notably met with Raducanu last week.

The Duchess last dressed up for a reception last week to celebrate Hold Still, which she worked on with the U.K.'s National Portrait Gallery. She wore a Self-Portrait blazer and pleated skirt then. The Cambridges wrote on their Instagram, of the event:

Thank you to the brilliant partners who made Hold Still a reality! 📸

It took a long time to bring everyone behind this incredible project together in person but tonight we finally managed it. The idea for #HoldStill2020 came right at the start of the pandemic, and aimed to bring people and communities together, using the amazing power of photography.

It was made possible by so many partners - @nationalportraitgallery @coopuk @bookfairies_uk - to name just a few, and what’s more remarkable is how it was all orchestrated from kitchen tables and spare bedrooms!

The most special thanks must go to the thousands of people across the country who took time to share their experiences of lockdown. Without them, the project really would not have been possible.

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