Kate Middleton's iconic red sequin dress is now available in a matching 'mini me' style for kids

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Kate Middleton's iconic red sequin dress is now available in a matching 'mini me' style for kids
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Whenever the Duchess of Cambridge wears something from the high street that is still available to shop, we immediately take note. That was definitely the case last year when Kate Middleton chose a stunning sequined gown by Needle & Thread for a special reception held at Buckingham Palace.

The duchess wore the £475 Needle & Thread Aurora Ballerina Dress to co-host a reception at the Palace with Prince William in January 2020, marking the UK-Africa Investment Summit.

Photo credit: YUI MOK - Getty Images
Photo credit: YUI MOK - Getty Images

The striking maxi in a statement cherry red shade is embellished with shimmering sequins, and boasts long, sheer sleeves as well as a flattering maxi silhouette.

Kate stole the show in the light-catching gown and inspired a flurry of orders for the gorgeous dress, which quickly sold out.

Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

Now, Kate's Aurora Dress is back – and pretty much perfect for party season. If you have any big festive events coming up, then this show-stopper ticks all the right boxes.

Even better, you can now buy Kate's dress for the little one in your life too, as Needle & Thread has launched a matching kids' version for autumn/winter 2021. The trend for 'mini me' fashion shows no signs of slowing down, and we really couldn't think of anything cuter.

The £275 Aurora Kids Dress is also available in six other colourways, and would make the ideal special occasion outfit for your little one this Christmas.

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