Last month Kensington Palace gave us all a much-appreciated heads-up to say that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be attending this year's BAFTAs.
Kate Middleton's third visit to the esteemed British awards show, alongside her husband Prince William (who has been President of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) since February 2010), K-Mids' outfit has never disappointed - proving time and time again her style credentials.
For this year's ceremony, the mother-of-three wore a white one-shoulder floral gown to rub shoulders with Thandie Newton, Viola Davis and the rest of the awards nominees.
Kate's flowy, romantic gown looked stunning accessorised with a pair of diamond and pearl drop earrings that were previously Princess Diana's, sparkly Jimmy Choo Romy stilettos and a chic bun.
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Equal parts bridal and beautiful, we wonder if Kate's choice of white gown was a sly nod to last week's show of Democratic women wearing all white at Trump's State Of The Union.
Either way, we're loving the whimsical look on Kate.
Both the Duke and Duchess have supported BAFTA's charitable activities over the years by attending events across the charity’s learning programmes, including Young Game Designers and BAFTA Kids events.
Back in 2017 the Duchess looked gorgeous in a bespoke Alexander McQueen dress to the Awards ceremony. The tiered gown was embellished with flowers, whilst her sleek up-do was paired with diamond earrings.
Last year, whilst pregnant with Prince Louis, the mother-to-be opted for Jenny Packham, this time wearing her hair in her signature bouncy curls with an ornate, emerald and diamond necklace.
Mere weeks after the Weinstein allegations, actresses opted to wear black for the award's season, however, unable to act politically, Middleton instead went for a dark hue.