A Kate Middleton two-in-one appearance never fails to make our morning, and in today’s review we’re #blessed with the addition of Prince William and Prince Harry.
Yesterday’s appearances began on a fun note with the Royal trio arriving at BAFTA’s in-house theatre to enjoy a special screening of the animated film Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer’s Llamas in support of the Charities Forum, a collection of creative industry-themed charities the three are patrons of. After a week of formal attire, Kate stepped out in a galactic print Tabitha Webb dress and her trusty Jimmy Choo pumps for the child-friendly event, where she and the Royal bros had what seemed to be an entertaining day interacting with a Shaun the Sheep-themed model-making workshop and other artsy activities.
After dark, the Royal trio gussied up for the night’s much-anticipated event: the Royal premiere of James Bond’s latest installment, Spectre. Being selected as this year’s Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund’s Royal Film Performance, it was no surprise to see a dashing William, Harry and Kate in attendance and on hand to talk to the stellar cast and crew that included Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux and Monica Bellucci. As much as we would love to go on about the Bond girls sartorial choices, let’s talk about Kate’s look of the night. Sticking to yesterday’s blue theme, Kate channeled Frozen‘s Queen Elsa with a sheer blue Jenny Packham bespoke gown that featured a glittery belt. For such a high profile event, Kate took out some shimmering accessories to up the glam, which included a Jenny Packham box clutch, sparkly Jimmy Choo heeled sandals and a pair of new-ish topaz and diamond Robinson Pelham earrings that we hear are the same pair her mother Carole Middleton wore at the Royal wedding reception. Royals, they are just like us.
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