Kate Middleton and Prince William Bring Hollywood Glam to the Red Carpet While …

27 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Daring Duchess of Cambridge goes braless in pale blue floor-length Jenny Packham gown and diamond accessories at the world premiere of Spectre.

The elegant dress featured a crossover chiffon front and modest V-neck while the delicate draping at the back of the gown flashed a hint of Kate’s lower back.

Kate looked regal in a bespoke full length grey blue silk chiffon gown with a crystal embellished belt accessorised with the silver Casa clutch by Jenny Packham.The Duchess of Cambridge showed she is a good sport by showing off her best funny walk at the premiere of Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer’s Llamas in central London today. She originally wore the brand back in May when leaving the hospital with Princess Charlotte and then again just recently for the Chinese President’s visit to the United Kingdom.

And in true Bond style, Prince William and Prince Harry both wore black tie for the glittery red carpet, where stars Daniel Craig, Monica Belucci and Naomie Harris arrived earlier to the delight of screaming fans. And, with an effort that would make John Cleese proud, she proceeded to lift the suitcase, which was due to be delivered to Mossy Bottom Farm – Shaun the Sheep’s stomping ground. As they arrived on the carpet in a chauffeur driven Bentley – not the spy’s favoured Aston Martin – the Royal trio were met by the producers of Spectre, Barbara Broccoli (daughter of the late Cubby Broccoli, original producer of the Bond franchise) Michael Wilson, and director Sam Mendes. The royal movie night is Kate’s second Bond moment in a week – on October 21, she wowed in a plum lace Dolce & Gabbana gown during an event where Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 was on display.

It had already been an action-packed morning at the Charities Forum gathering, as Kate and William had earlier joined Prince Harry in a spot of welly-throwing. The glamorous black tie CTBF Royal Film Performance is held annually in aid of the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund, the charity for the UK Film, cinema and commercial television industries, dedicated to providing support for those working behind the scenes in times of hardship. Before the performance at the Royal Albert Hall, just a stone’s throw from their residences at Kensington Palace, William, Kate and Harry met the stars of the film, notably Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Ben Wishaw, Naomie Harris, David Bautista, Monica Bellucci – at 50, widely billed as the oldest ever Bond Girl – Andrew Scott and Ralph Fiennes.

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