The Duchess looked divine in a long, lace gown as she attended the ‘Natural History Museum Alive 3D’ premiere — but that wasn’t the first time we spotted her in that frock! Which look do you like better? VOTE.
Kate Middleton looked lovely as she stepped out on the arm of her hubby at the Natural History Museum for the premiere of Sir David Attenborough‘s new film, Natural History Museum Alive 3D, where the new mom selected a bespoke lace Alice Temperley dress we’ve actually seen her wear before! She loves to recycle.
Kate Middleton Lace Dress- Recycles Gown For Premiere:
Kate first debuted the dress at the premiere of War Horse in January 2012, where the royal looked radiant on the red carpet, rocking the dress with bouncy curls and carrying a black clutch — and the 31-year-old looks just as stunning in the look this time around!
The Duchess is patron of the Natural History Museum and the ensemble was the perfect choice for the black-tie gala. The gown was the second get-up that Kate showed off of the day, as earlier the Royal couple was seen signing the book of condolences for Nelson Mandela, where she opted for a more demure look.
Kate sported her signature blowout while also donning 3D glasses for the film — now that’s one interesting way to accessorize!
What do you think of Kate’s dress? Are you a fan of the lace frock on Kate? Do you think it’s cool that she wore it again or do you wish she donned something else for her night out? VOTE.