Kate Middleton Stuns In Gold With Hubby Prince William Alongside Prince Charles & Camilla For London 'No Time To Die' Premiere
The Royals hit the town in their chicest and most stunning looks for the No Time To Die World Premiere in London.
The highly anticipated opening of the film had previously been on hold due to Coronavirus concerns. In an act of thanks to all of the hard working front line workers and veterans, the palace confirmed that many health care workers and members of the armed forces were given tickets for their "extraordinary contribution to the nation's response to the COVID pandemic."
The family - that included couples Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall - all turned up in their Sunday best to the Tuesday, September 28, film screening of the latest James Bond installment.
39-year-old Middleton dazzled in a glitzy gold Jenny Packham gown that she paired with simple gold earrings as she made her way into the sophisticated gathering beside her husband. The Duke of Cambridge rocked a classic ensemble of a black two-piece suit and a charming bow tie to finish off the look.
The royally stunning duo hobnobbed with the likes of celebrities such as stars Daniel Craig, Ana De Armas, Rami Malek as well as theme song writers Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell before the attendees headed into the Royal Albert Hall to watch the action packed movie.
Duchess Camilla made a sparkling statement in a shimmery light blue number as she gave photographers a megawatt smile. The Prince of Wales, just like his son who appeared to be dressed exactly like him, kept it simple with a two-piece black suit and a bow tie.
All four members of the royal family gathered together on the red carpet to strike a pose for photographers in their most fashionable looks yet.
The foursome appeared to be loving their couple's night on the town as Charles looked to be chatting it up with his son and daughter in law while walking the movie's carpet.
The mother-of-three made sure to take time to personally thank service members in attendance after all they have sacrificed during coronavirus pandemic.