On Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out together to attend the BAFTA Awards show.
Prince William has been the president of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts since 2010 and was on-hand to present the BAFTA Fellowship award to film editor Thelma Schoonmaker.
As always, the couple looked stunning together as they walked the red carpet. Kate wore a beautiful one-shouldered asymmetrical gown by Alexander McQueen, who also designed her wedding dress.
The look was eye-catching enough, but eagle-eyes royal watchers noticed something familiar about the gown Kate was wearing. It looked remarkably similar to a white chiffon gown by designer Gina Fratini that Princess Diana wore to a charity gala in Sol de Janeiro, Brazi, in 1991.
Both of the white, one-shouldered dresses featured flowy layers and asymmetrical hemlines. It was clear where the inspiration for Kate’s dress had come from!
Not only was Kate’s dress reminiscent of Diana’s, but the duchess also paired it with some gorgeous diamond drop earrings that once belonged to her mother-in-law.
What a beautiful way to pay tribute to The People’s Princess! We know Diana would be touched and proud to see how her sons and their wives are working to keep her legacy alive!
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