Kate Middleton stuns in a recycled cream dress and £3400 earrings to attend ...

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Kate Middleton looked elegant in a cream bardot dress as she attended the gala dinner at the Spring Restaurant in London. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a cream dress which featured a stripy design as she attended the meal hosted by Action on Addiction and chef Skye Gyngell. The long-sleeved dress left her shoulders bare and created a pinstripe effect with vertical and horizontal lines which she first wore in 2016. Kate was spotted braving the weather as she opted to battle the rain without a jacket.

Kate rewore the stunning woollen design by Barbara Casasola, which costs £1580.

The garment had a fitted style which continued down past her hips and was pulled in at the waist by a band of horizontal stripes.

Cutting off just above the ankle, the dress flared out into a pleated skirt towards the bottom.

The Duchess decided to add some sparkle to her outfit with a pair of silver sparkly high-heels by Jimmy Choo, costing £525.

In her hand, Kate carried a matching glittery silver clutch bag.

Kate kept her jewellery to a minimum, wearing only a pair of drop diamond hoop earrings by Kiki McDonough,  which are on sale for £3400. 

Her beautiful sapphire engagement ring could also be spotted as she held onto her bag.

She opted for glamorous make-up with peach eyeshadow and a sweep of black eyeliner.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore her hair styled into a bouncy blow-dry.

Kate attended the gala dinner, which is to become an annual event, as the Patron of Action on Addiction.

Last week, Kate joined many members of the Royal Family to attend Trooping the Colours at Buckingham Palace.

The Duchess stunned in a pale yellow dress by .

The summery design had a slight V-neck line and structured shoulders.


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