hellomagazine.comThe best photos of royal red carpet moments at film premieres from 1960 to present day: see William and Kate, Charles and Camilla, Diana, the Queen and more enjoying their movie star moments
The royal family have attended countless film premieres over the years, from James Bond's For Your Eyes Only to Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom. The Queen even gave The Grinch the royal seal of approval in 2000, and delighted fans of the Christmas film by wearing a green gown!
HELLO! has searched far and wide and found an enchanting selection of photos includingsome of Princess Diana's most showstopping outfits from the 80s and 90s, the Queen in her dazzling royal finery and modern day fairytale couple the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The Queen was magnificent for a film premiere wearing a white beaded evening gown and tiara.
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WATCH: Royals dazzle on the red carpet for the James Bond world premiere
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at the long-awaited world premiere of James Bond: No Time To Die. Kate dazzled on the red carpet in a caped gold sequin gown by Jenny Packham while Camilla wowed in an embellished Bruce Oldfield dress.
The Queen meets actress and 60s icon Julie Christie before the premiere of Born Free in London's Leicester Square.
Lady Diana Spencer lit up the red carpet at the premiere of Bond movie For Your Eyes Only wearing a dotty scarlet dress.
Sarah Ferguson and her daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie attended the World Premiere of The Young Victoria in London's Leicester Square.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were picture-perfect at the royal world premiere of Bond film Skyfall at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Queen Elizabeth was majestic in an embellished gown at a glamorous premiere in London's West End.
The Countess of Wessex cut a sophisticated figure in a form-fitting black dress and a fan clutch bag at the Rebelle premiere in Toronto.
Pregnant with Prince Harry, Diana was positively radiant at the premiere of Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom wearing a pale blue Catherine Walker gown.
Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and their mother Sarah, Duchess of York, brought a touch of royal glamour to the premiere of The Young Victoria, which starred Emily Blunt as the monarch,at Toronto International Film Festival.
Months after welcoming their first child, Prince William and Kate attended the premiere for Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom, in London. The Duchess, wearing a floor-length Roland Mouret dress, met Nelson Mandela's daughter Zindzi Mandela and members of the film's cast and crew, including director Justin Chadwick, Idris Elba and Naomie Harris.
Diana turned heads in her backless velvet gown at the Back To The Future premiere.
Diana attended the Steel Magnolias premiere in aid of The Princes' Trust wearing a deep red velvet gown by Catherine Walker.
Princes William and Harry and Duchess Kate united to attend the London premiere of the new James Bond movie, 007: Spectre, at the Royal Albert Hall. The mother-of-three was the epitome of old Hollywood glamour in a stunning Jenny Packham gown.
Her Majesty wore a mint green number for TheGrinch premiere.
Princess Diana wowed in a stunning white gown at the Royal Film Premiere of Where Angels Fear To Tread in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a white Self Portrait dress as she attended the UK premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob. Attending the film in her capacity as patron for the charity Action on Addiction, the Duchess' night was made when she got to stroke the 'famous' cat while chatting to his owner, James Bowen.
The Princess Of Wales wore a ivory and pink silk crepe one-sleeved gown by Catherine Walker for the charity premiere of Stepping Out.
The monarch meets leading lady Judi Dench at the royal premiere for the 21st Bond film Casino Royale in Leicester Square.
Diana worked her magic on the red carpet wearing a scoop neck navy blue gown to the London premiere of In Love and War.
Princess Margaret chatted to Hollywood legends Richard Burton and his wife Elizabeth Taylor at the Royal Film Performance of The Taming Of The Shrew which they starred in.
Camilla was regal in shades of pink and purple at the royal premiere of The Other Boleyn Girl.
Charles and Camilla were greeted with warm applause as they arrived at the royal world premiere of Alice In Wonderland in London.