What will she wear to the James Bond premiere?
Duchess Catherine is not often seen on the red carpet. All the better that she will accompany Prince William, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla to the premiere of the new James Bond film “No Time to Die”. These details could be particularly important in your red carpet look.
The James Bond films are an institution, a mark of British national pride. So it’s no wonder that part of the British royal family has announced that they will attend the premiere of the new action flick “No Time to Die”. Duchess Catherine, 39, and Prince William, 39, attended the premiere of the Bond film “Specter” back in 2015. For the occasion, Kate wore a light blue chiffon dress by designer Jenny Packham.
Duchess Catherine: what dress will she wear on the red carpet?
Which: n Designer: in which the triple mom will choose for her next red carpet appearance remains a secret. However, based on her last appearances at the BAFTAs or the premiere of “War Horse”, patterns in her looks can be recognized: The 39-year-old has used robes from the British label Alexander McQueen three times. It is likely that the Duchess of Cambridge will use a British label for the event in London this year as well. She also likes to stay true to herself with her hairstyle and usually wears her hair up. The shape of the neckline alone varies – whether Carmen collar, V-neckline or asymmetrical, Kate has worn a lot on the red carpet.
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Prince William’s wife doesn’t make any fashion statements on the red carpet. Most of the time, she plays it safe and chooses tight-fitting A-lines that emphasize her slim silhouette. In 2018, Duchess Catherine even received criticism for her Jenny Packham dress: instead of showing solidarity with the female stars who appeared on the red carpet in support of the “Time’s Up” movement in black, Prince William’s wife chose a dress in Green.
But taking no chances doesn’t always mean something bad, as these three looks prove. Whether in the black lace dress by Temperley in 2012, in the off-shoulder dress by Alexander McQueen in 2017 or last year in Alexander McQueen – all three looks flatter the Duchess in their own special way and have enough glam factor for the red carpet .
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