The Duchess of Cambridge embraces Hollywood glamour on the red carpet

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Photo credit: Dan Kitwood - Getty Images
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The Duchess of Cambridge may be British royalty, but she looked like Hollywood royalty last night as she stepped it up in the style stakes for a red-carpet event. Kate – who attended the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in Leicester Square alongside husband William – looked sensational in an off-the-shoulder, monochrome Roland Mouret gown.

The royal couple joined some Hollywood heavyweights at the event, posing with the cast of the movie, which includes Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller and Jon Hamm – and Kate more than looked the part, bringing plenty of glamour to the occasion.

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Photo credit: Samir Hussein - Getty Images
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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

The fitted black dress – which is from a few seasons ago so is unfortunately no longer available to purchase – featured a white panel at the top, which sat off her shoulders, and she teamed it with a pair of black heels, a black clutch bag by Alexander McQueen and some statement, dangly Robinson Pelham earrings, while she tucked her hair behind her ears.

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Photo credit: Dan Kitwood - Getty Images
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Kate is no stranger to Roland Mouret, having worn the designer on a number of occasions over the years, particularly for some of her dressiest events. Known for its elegant and flattering designs, the brand is a celebrity and royal-family favourite, also counting Kate's sister-in-law Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex as a fan, who was pictured wearing a blue dress by the designer on the eve of her wedding to Prince Harry.

Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

The label was recently acquired by Self-Portrait's Han Chong after suffering financial losses and going into administration due to the pandemic, and the brand will present its first collection under this new direction next month.

"The Roland Mouret brand already has a powerful and respected legacy, and I’m excited to see how we can develop it for luxury customers around the world," Chong said when the news was announced. "I am also delighted that Roland himself will be a part of this next chapter."

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