The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton made headlines last week on September 29, as she walked in her stunning gold, heavily embellished gown at the premiere of the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die.
Kate, along with Prince William, Prince Charles and Camila attended the world premiere of the latest Bond film at the Royal Albert Hall in London. While their glamorous presence was enough to make fans go gaga, the duchess’ Jenny Packham floor-length ensemble stole the spotlight of the night.
It has been revealed that the beautiful champagne gold embellished dress was not only a phenomenal looking for the event but also paid homage to Kate’s late mother-in-law Princess Diana, who wore a similar gown back in 1985.
An insider told US Weekly that Kate, 39, wanted to pay homage to the late Princess of Wales. “Kate took inspiration from the late Princess’ look and wanted to pay homage to on the night of the No Time to Die premiere by channeling the dress Diana wore in 1985 at theA View To A Kill premiere,” the insider said.