Kate Middleton attended the British Academy Film Awards wearing a dress she has worn many times before.
On Sunday night, Prince William and Kate arrived at the Royal Albert Hall to attend the award ceremony.
The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing a gold-embroidered gown by Alexander McQueen which she first wore in 2012 to attend a dinner with the King and Queen of Malaysia during a tour of Southeast Asia.
Kate accessorized the gown with a glittering gold clutch bag designed by Anya Hindmarch, a pair of Jimmy Choo heels and a necklace and earrings from Van Cleef & Arpels.
She sported a pink lipstick and a dark smokey eye and swept her hair into an up-do. The Duchess walked the red carpet alongside a host of A-listers at the Baftas for the fourth year running.
Prince William also looked handsome in a bow-tie and black suit which he had also worn before, with a pair of smart black loafer shoes.
This year BAFTA bosses had requested attendees to ‘dress sustainable’ and encouraged guests to either re-wear something they already own or hire an outfit.
Prince William celebrated his tenth as the president of BAFTA, presented its highest accolade, the Fellowship, to Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy on the same evening.
The Duke of Cambridge spoke about the issues around diversity before presenting Kathleen with the Bafta award.
William said: ‘Both here in the UK and in many other countries across the world we are lucky to have incredible film-makers, actors, producers, directors and technicians – men and women from all backgrounds and ethnicities enriching our lives through film.
‘Yet in 2020, and not for the first time in the last few years, we find ourselves talking again about the need to do more to ensure diversity in the sector and in the awards process – that simply cannot be right in this day and age.’
‘I know that both Pippa (Harris), chair of Bafta and Amanda (Berry), Bafta CEO, share that frustration and continue to work tirelessly to ensure that creative talent is discovered and supported.
‘Bafta takes this issue seriously, and following this year’s nominations, have launched a full and thorough review of the entire awards process to build on their existing work and ensure that opportunities are available to everyone.’
A spokesperson for Bafta said: “Sustainability is very important to Bafta, and we’re doing more than ever before.
“Where sustainable choices are unable to be made, Bafta is offsetting, as well as giving guests the tools to offset their own travel and make sustainable fashion choices.”
“This awards season BAFTA are doing more than ever before to consider sustainability across its awards ceremonies, including inviting guests to ‘dress sustainably,” the guide read.
“To help navigate some of the issues around fashion and sustainability London College of Fashion, UAL are supporting BAFTA with more information on how you can dress sustainably.”
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