Kate Middleton Dazzles in Emerald on the BAFTAs Red Carpet

Laura Christensen
February 22, 2018

A number of celebrities followed an all-black theme this year to honour the "Time's Up" campaign against sexual harassment, but Catherine stood out in a stunning deep green ball gown - in keeping with royal protocol - alongside her husband Prince William.

Many, numerous celebs in attendance opted to wear black to show their support of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, just as has been the case for award shows recently in the United States.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attending the EE British Academy Film Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, Kensington, London. Middleton, whose look was reminiscent of the inky-blue Jenny Packham gown she donned for the dinner in NY, finished her look with her Prada wavy cut-out suede heels and a Pretty Ballerinas clutch bag.

It's nearly impossible for the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, to make a public appearance without having the world gush over her resplendent sartorial choices.

The dress' train billowed as she made her way to the ceremony, which celebrated outstanding achievement in film and television.

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Kate Middleton wore a black-and-white Erdem dress while attending the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange on Monday night.

However, Kate-who a year ago wore a black floral-print Alexander McQueen gown-showed up in a forest green Jenny Packham dress, adorned with a black ribbon around its empire waist. There was a significant reason why Kate decided not to wear black, though. Not wearing black to the BAFTAs. The black waistband could also be her way of giving nod to the Time's Up movement without fully integrating herself into it. Brimming her signature charm, Kate looked beyond handsome in the lacy, floral dress, while flaunting her baby bump.

In her acceptance speech, Frances McDormand explained why she chose to wear pink at BAFTAs but says she still "stands in full solidarity" with Time's Up movement.

Paying tribute to her co-star Margot Robbie, who was also the film's producer, she said: "I am excited about her becoming a really important producer".

Kate Middleton could not wait to watch "Coco" with her family.

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