Kate Middleton looked as regal and elegant as ever as she wore a designer tweed dress for the opening of the V&A Photography centre at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
The public engagement comes just days after Duchess Catherine – who has Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis with husband Prince William – made her first royal engagement following her maternity leave after the birth of her third baby.
The Duchess of Cambridge – who recently revealed her full name – opted for a completely new look for the event, and royal fans are swooning over Kate’s fashion choice for the evening.
One social media user tweeted: “Wonderful look, a light dress, low-cut, so perfect on her body, shoes on earrings … all beautiful.”
A second added: “Such a fitting patronage for the duchess! She loves her art and photography and she looks so beautiful as always.”
A third person tweeted: “The Duchess is back! And as classy as ever.”
But where is Kate’s dress from?
Catherine’s gown is from the designer brand Erdem, and is listed as the Iman off-the-shoulder embellished bouclé-tweed midi dress.
The gown boasts a bardot-style neckline, embellished button detail, as well as 3/4 length sleeve, but the 36-year-old royal accessorised the garment with a burgundy belt cinched in at her waist.
The garment retails for $1,940, which is the equivalent of approximately £1470, on Net-A-Porter.
Kate – who is the Royal Patron of the V&A Museum – has great taste because the dress has completely sold out online already.
To complete her glamorous look Kate wore burgundy velvet court shoes and drop down earrings.