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All eyes were on the Duchess of Cambridge at the premiere of the latest James Bond film last week.
Now, the stunning dress Kate wore to the No Time to Die premiere is on sale - but it's going fast.
It's part of Jenny Packham's evening collection, which celebrates 60 years of 007.
The dress takes inspiration from the infamous scene where Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton) is painted in gold lying on James Bond's bed in the 1964 film Goldfinger.
This dazzling gown is covered with metallic folded sequins and crystals on a base of glitter tulle.
A floor-length embellished cape is draped over the shoulders and down the back to complete a truly scene-stealing design.
It's available in sizes 14, 16 and 18. But all smaller sizes have already sold out.
British label Jenny Packham can now add the Duchess to its list of celebrity fans, which includes Angelina Jolie and Taylor Swift.
Kate styled the dress with a pair of Aquazzura's 'Fenix' heels, bespoke earrings by O'nitaa, and wore her hair in an elegant up-do.
She was joined on the red carpet by her husband Prince William, 39, as well as Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The Royals are all big fans of the James Bond franchise.
Kate and Will made an appearance at the opening night of Spectre in 2015, while Charles and Camilla attended the premiere of Skyfall in 2012.
No Time to Die star Rami Malek gushed about being able to sit right behind the royal box while the film was showing.
In an interview with E-News, he said: "I met William, Prince William, Your Royal Highness Prince William, Princess Kate, and Prince Charles of course at the BAFTAs and to see them again, it was fun, like meeting old friends actually.
"I was watching Prince William's reaction, you can see a lot from what someone's body language was doing.
"I think they loved the film. That was the impression I got."