Kate Middleton has a rainbow of different colours in her wardrobe – but we have to admit that some of her most head-turning moments are when she wears bright red. Here we're taking ;a look back at all of the show-stopping red looks the Duchess has worn over the years from designer labels like Alexander McQueen to high street favourite Zara.
In December, Kate wore a red Catherine Walker dress to her community carol service at Westminster Abbey, Featuring dramatic bow tie collar and button detailing, Kate looked beautiful while performing a special piano performance at the event.
The Duchess accessorised the look with red pumps by Gianvito Rossi and a red clutch.
The Duchess of Cambridge was a stand out in a red gown by Jenny Packham during the annual Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace in December 2016. The Duchess finished off the elegant look with Princess Diana's Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara. Photo: Dominic Lipinski PA Wire/PA Images
Last year, Kate arrived at The Victoria and Albert Museum for a surprise visit wearing a checked Alessandra Rich dress with large collar detailing.
The Duchess accessorised with a simple black clutch and matching black embellished heels by Jennifer Chamand.
Kate dazzled in red while delivering a speech at an event hosted by the Forward Trust. The event was to launch the charity’s 'Taking Action on Addiction' campaign at the Bafta headquarters in London.
The Duchess paired her pleated skirt perfectly with some pointed-toe tan stilettos from Ralph Lauren adding effortless elegance to her look.
Kate stepped out with Prince William during the royal train tour of the UK back in December 2020, wearing a pleated, tartan Emilia Wickstead skirt.
The festive look was complete with matching tartan scarf, black clutch and black high heels.
Another designer fave, Catherine Walker, as Kate visited the East Anglia's Children's Hospices appeal launch in Norwich, England. Photo: Anwar Hussein EMPICS Entertainment
The Duchess sported a crimson look at Commonwealth Day back in 2020 at Westminster Abbey. The head-to-toe scarlet look was paired with red heels and elaborate red fascinator, with added velvet details and tailored silhouette.