You need to take a closer look at Kate Middleton’s intricate updo from the James Bond premiere

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Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images

With a lot of events cancelled during the pandemic, we haven’t seen much of the Royal family over the last year and a half. But now, engagements are back in full swing and we’ve already been given a major moment by the Duchess of Cambridge.

Attending the James Bond premiere for the franchise’s latest movie No Time To Die, Kate completely stunned crowds with the most incredible gold sequinned gown (complete with cape, casual).

But alongside the beautiful dress came one of the most incredible updos we’ve ever seen. Her hair was parted to the side and swept into lots of little mini buns, which were all decorated with a swirl design – and the result was really beautiful. Just appreciate it in all its glory for yourself:

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Photo credit: Chris Jackson - Getty Images
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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
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Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
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Photo credit: Tim P. Whitby - Getty Images

Pretty right?

Kate usually wears her hair down or in very casual hairstyles, like her recent ponytail moment, so to see it up and also in such a well-thought-out hairstyle is such a treat.

The Bond premiere finally arrived after being pushed back three times due to the coronavirus pandemic. Alongside the Royals, movie stars including Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris and Lashana Lynch walked the red carpet.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge also attended the premiere, having co-written the script, and Billie Eilish, who sang the movie’s main soundtrack, also named No Time To Die.

What we would’ve given to kick back and watch a movie with Kate and Billie…

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