Kate Middleton stuns in glamorous white and gold gown at the BAFTA Awards

Publish Date
Monday, 3 February 2020, 10:55AM

Yet again, Kate Middleton has wowed royal fans with her latest stunning ensemble.

All eyes were on the Duchess of Cambridge as she attended the 73rd annual EE British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall with her husband, Prince William, today.

Ahead of this year's ceremony, attendees were urged to 'dress sustainable' and encouraged to re-wear outfits, hire gowns or don vintage ensembles for the occasion.

Meeting the brief, the royal mum-of-three looked absolutely flawless in a beautiful custom white and gold Alexander McQueen gown she recycled.

The floor-length gown was a bespoke piece made for the Duchess' royal tour of Malaysia in 2012, featuring gold Malaysian hibiscus flowers and layered over the white flowing fabric.

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To finish off her eye-catching look Kate accessorised with a set of Van Cleef and Arpels dangling earrings and a drop necklace, Jimmy Choo glitter heels and an Anya Hindmarch clutch bag.

While Kate dazzled in the stunning gown, Prince William also looked dapper in a bow-tie and black dinner suit which he had also worn before, with a pair of smart black loafer shoes.

The royal couple has made the event an annual date in the diary, with the Duchess also opting for a white Alexander McQueen gown last year.