Kate Middleton was photographed arriving at the UK premiere of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” at Odeon Leicester Square in London on Thursday night (December 5, 2013). The 31-year-old mother of one was joined at the event by her husband Prince William, who was dapper in a black tux and black velvet loafers. Walking the red carpet along with the Duke of Cambridge, Kate Middleton braved the freezing temperatures with a slinky, cream-colored Roland Mouret gown. The gorgeous number featured a thigh-high slit that allowed the brunette beauty to show off a little leg. It was the second time Kate Middleton has donned it in public. She recycled the bespoke creation after first being spotted in the gown at the Claridge’s Hotel in 2012.
Kate Middleton combined her gown with a pair of black Prada pumps and accessorized with a black Mulberry suede clutch. The Duchess kept her hair swept back in a low ponytail. She completed her appearance with a Zara statement necklace that featured five rows of clear crystal beads and was linked together like chainmail. The eye-catching piece of costume jewellery cost $35.90.
Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William were all smiles as they walked the red carpet at the UK premiere of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” at Odeon Leicester Square in London on Thursday night (December 5, 2013).
Kate Middleton and Prince William hit the red carpet a little over an hour after the guests arrived on Thursday evening (December 5, 2013).
The Duke of Cambridge looked dapper in his black suit while the Duchess was gorgeous in her floor-length, long sleeved gown.
Kate Middleton recycled her Roland Mouret gown that she donned to a dinner at the prestigious Thirty Club at Claridges last year. She accessorized her gorgeous evening gown with black Prada pumps and a black Mulberry suede clutch.
Kate Middleton wore a sparkling statement necklace from Zara, which cost less than $36.