The Duchess of Cambridge wowed in a Jenny Packham gown at the world premiere of Spectre on Monday night (26Oct15).
Catherine ensured all eyes were on her at the highly anticipated event as she walked the red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall in the semi-sheer dress.
The long sleeved gown featured a faux wrap front and see through back which required the duchess to go without a bra.
Catherine added some sparkle to her ensemble with a pair of chandelier diamond earrings and a glitter clutch bag. The outfit was perfectly finished off with a diamante waistband detail on the dress.
The 33 year old teamed her outfit with a classic updo, sweeping her recently added fringe to one side. Her make-up was also kept simple, with the royal opting for her favourite look of black eyeliner and a pink lip.
She was accompanied by her husband Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, who looked dapper in a black tuxedo, and his brother Prince Harry.
While Catherine’s outfit ensured all eyes were on the royal pair, she certainly had some competition in the glamour stakes from the stars of the film.
Léa Seydoux went for all out attention grabbing in her gold Prada number.
The 30 year old French actress shimmered and shone as she posed for photographers in the stunning gown, which featured a high neck and backless detail.
Léa opted to keep her glamorous look going with flicked out eyeliner and wore her blonde hair in sleek, classic waves.
She was joined by co-star Monica Bellucci on the red carpet, with the 51 year old actress choosing a green velvet Ralph & Russo dress which clung to her curves in all the right places.
Monica, who is one of the oldest Bond girls ever cast, gave her younger counterparts a run for their money in the plunging gown, which was also backless with a thigh-high split to give fans a flash of skin.
The man of the moment, Daniel Craig, looked as suave as ever in his tuxedo, pouting for the cameras before heading into the venue alongside wife Rachel Weisz.
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