Kate Middleton made headlines on Tuesday for her stunning dress at the premiere of ‘No Time To Die’, and while the gown looked great in its own right, it followed common trend of the Duchess’ by paying homage to a late royal.
Middleton, 39, has become known for occasionally channeling het late mother – in – law, Princess Diana during public outings by subtly recreating some of Diana’s looks from red carpets, official royal business and the like.
For the star – student event, Middleton donned a golden Jenny Packham gown with a floor – length cape and detailing drawing the eye to the center of the dress.
She accessorized the ensemble with died when Middleton’s husband Prince William was just 15 years old, attended the premiere of another popular Bond flick: ‘A View To A Kill’.
In 1985, Diana, who died when Middleton’s husband Prince William was just 15 years old, attended the premiere of another popular Bond flick: ‘A View To A Kill’.
For her part, the late Princess wore a silver dress with similar detailing and shaping. Both dresses boasted likeness in their deep neckline, cinched waist, padded shoulders and shimmery colors.
Additionally, Diana had, at one point, worn a gold lame dress similar to Middleton’s, per US Weekly.
Middleton was joined at the premiere by Williams, 39, who wore a traditional black velvet tuxedo.
Joining the couple at the premiere were William’s father, Prince Charles, and his step – mother Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. She wore a light blue dress with sheer sleeves and beadwork.