Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, hit the red carpet for Steven Spielberg’s latest film “War Horse” premiere at London’s Leicester Square on a rainy Sunday night.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, epitomizes grace and elegance in her black lace gown at the ‘War Horse’ UK premiere, with Prince William by her side (Credit: Lia Toby / WENN)
Prince William, always the gentleman he is, held an umbrella for his wife. Not only did that protect Kate from the cold rain, but it also framed how beautiful she looked in this Temperley London black lace gown:
Kate Middleton attended the UK premiere of “War Horse” in London on January 8, 2012, wearing a Temperley London long-sleeved Amoret dress and a Pretty Ballerina black velvet clutch bag (Credit: Lia Toby / WENN)
Yes, this look is conservative and what we always see from Kate Middleton, but she always looks stunning. That’s not so easy, considering how aging and tedious it can be always to look prim and proper.
Kate Middleton, with a radiant smile, accompanied by Prince William, captivates onlookers at the ‘War Horse’ premiere, showcasing her exquisite fashion sense (Credit: Lia Toby / WENN)
And like Taylor Swift, who always prefers and always pulls off the princess look, Kate Middleton’s traditional style works for her and needs no fixing because it ain’t broken.
Prince William and Duchess Kate at the Odeon Leicester Square in London for the ‘War Horse’ premiere, January 8, 2012 – a moment of royal glamour and style (Credit: Lia Toby / WENN)
We also love that Kate Middleton used the same Pretty Ballerina black velvet clutch we spotted on her when she attended The Sun Military Awards.
This time, she matched it with a slim black velvet belt and reportedly also wore black velvet-y suede pumps from Jimmy Choo:
Kate Middleton looked stunning in a black lace floor-length Amoret Lace Dress by Temperley London, featuring bracelet-length sleeves, a keyhole closure on the back, a removable velvet waist belt with a bow, and a nude-pink silk slip lining, at the premiere (Credit: Lia Toby / WENN)
We have a feeling that this Temperley London dress will be in great demand or, at the very least, there will be copies of it.
Temperley London ‘Amoret’ Lace Gown, $2,520.00
If you’re in line for either the original dress or knockoff version but need to have it NOW, satiate your need in the meantime with these lovely lookalikes from Tadashi Shoji:
Tadashi Shoji lace overlay off-shoulder gown, $398.00; Tadashi Shoji one-shoulder lace gown, $388.00