Among a sea of celebrities, Kate Middleton stood out on the red carpet at the 2020 BAFTAs — and while rewearing a gown.
The Duchess of Cambridge hit the carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall tonight wearing a white and gold Alexander McQueen gown that’s been in her wardrobe since 2012. The dress featured a sweetheart neckline, with a floor-length hem and hibiscus floral detailing on the skirt and sleeves.
Kate completed her outfit with a pair of sparkling gold pointed-toe heels and floral jewelry.
Meanwhile, Prince William wore a simple black tuxedo with matching smoking slippers, which appeared to be fabricated from velvet.
Alexander McQueen has long been one of Kate’s go-to brands. She has a penchant for British labels and chose the label to design her 2011 wedding gown and heels. The white and gold bespoke dress Kate wore today was first commissioned for a 2012 royal visit to Malaysia, with the gold hibiscus representing the national flower of that country.
In 2012, the duchess accessorized with Catherine Zoraida jewels and a gold clutch from Wilbur and Gussie, which she had worn on previous occasions. The University of St. Andrews alum chose soaring 4-inch heels for footwear that night.
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