The 2019 BAFTAs is well underway, with the likes of Margot Robbie, Claire Foy and – one of our favourite looks – Zawe Ashton stunning on the red carpet.
But the best-dressed-bar just got raised to a whole new level, as Kate Middleton sashayed onto the steps of the Royal Albert Hall decked out in an elegantly flowing, princess-like white gown by her wedding-dress designer Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
We can’t help but get some serious bridal #feels.
Accompanied by Prince William, the pair are regular guests of the glitzy awards ceremony as the Duke of Cambridge is the current President of BAFTA. He will also be presenting the BATA Fellowship award to Thelma Schoonmaker.
No stranger to a show-stopping look, Kate’s most recent outing was a lot softer and more whimsical than she usually opts for. Often fond of more rigid, floral gowns by Erdem, or knee-length Emilia Wickstead pieces, tonight’s dress was refreshingly feminine, with the detailed one-shoulder element a surprisingly on-trend addition.