Kate Middleton appeared in a dazzling gold dress at the world premiere of the new James Bond movie "No Time to Die" that took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday.
Joined by her husband Prince William, Prince Charles, and Camilla, the young duchess hit the red carpet in a sparkling golden dress, leaving the audience in awe.
The royal family was on the red carpet along with James Bond himself - actor Daniel Craig, now 53 years old - and other members of the cast, including Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, and Lashana Lynch.
The Royal Family - Longtime James Bond FansTheir presence was not a surprise since it's well known that the royal family members are longtime Bond fans. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, for example, also attended a 007 movie premiere in 2015 (the "Spectre)," and Charles and Camilla showed up for the 2012 premiere of "Skyfall."
The gracious Kate Middleton and her husband have made a glamorous appearance on the red carpet. The duchess shined in a floor-length sequined gold Jenny Packham gown embellished with a long, flowing cape. Kate topped off the look with gold drop earrings by Onitaa, according to Elle.
Her husband as well as her father, Charles, kept it simple in classic black tuxedos, with William opting for a suave velvet jacket. As for Camilla, she decide to wear an elegant pale-blue embellished gown by Bruce Oldfield that she adorned with a dramatic broach.
The famous James Bond, actor Daniel Craig, turned heads in an eye-catching pink tuxedo jacket.
Daniel Craig's last James Bond Movie
The movie "No Time To Die" is the 25th Bond film and it will be the final movie featuring Daniel Craig as "007". The premiere was long-waited after several delays due to product changes and the pandemic. And talking about pandemics, all guests at the event were required to show a negative COVID test before they entered the Hall.
The event also served as a fundraiser benefitting charities supporting serving and former members of three intelligence agencies: the Secret Intelligence Service, the Security Service, and GCHQ. It also raised money for charities supporting past and present members of the United Kingdom Special Forces, according to a press release from Clarence House.
William, Charles, Kate, and Camilla greeted members of the armed force on their way in.