If there's one thing we love, it's seeing a royal in an incredible dress that's readily available. Back in 2020, the Duchess of Cambridge was literally the belle of Buckingham Palace at a royal reception, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen. Kate stole the show in a majorly sparkly red dress by Needle & Thread.
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The 'Aurora' cherry red gown is decorated with silver shimmering sequins, inspired by vintage lace tablecloth. The long sleeve number is made in an uber-flattering, A-line silhouette with delicate frill lace detailing around the neck and arms. As soon as Kate stepped out in it, it sold out.
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But don't worry, because you can still pick up the design even though it's getting on for two years later. And what's more, there's now a mini-me version just for girls! How cute?
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Lady in red! Kate rocking her Needle & Thread dress
We loved how the royal amped up her look for the occasion. She wore her hair down in dreamy, bouncy waves.
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She accessorised with co-ordinating red heels by Gianvito Rossi, a red box clutch bag by Jenny Packham and a pair of stunning ruby earrings by Soru.
Aurora Ballerina Dress, £435, Needle & Thread
This isn't the first time a royal has worn a Needle & Thread dress. Back in 2018, Princess Beatrice was snapped leaving exclusive members-only club Annabel's wearing an embroidered number by the brand.
Aurora Kids Dress, £275, Needle & Thread
The beautiful design was made in an off-grey and the multi-coloured floral overlay really packed a punch, ensuring she stood out from the crowd.She stepped out in gold high heel shoes and wore her famous red locks in a sleek and straight style. She added a rainbow clutch bag by Alice Naylor-Leyland for Misela and jewellery by Monica Vinader.
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