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Kate Middleton’s Elevated Maternity Style Is in Full Force at the BAFTAs

Christian Allaire
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a deep green gown by Jenny Packham to the awards ceremony,

Fresh off of their Scandinavian tour, where they took in a Norwegian ski jump, among other stops, Kate Middleton and husband Prince William made an elegant appearance at the 71st British Academy Film Awards in London tonight, their second time attending the event together. (I mean, who could forget Middleton’s jaw-dropping Alexander McQueen floral number last year?) This time around, Middleton’s elevated maternity style was out in full force for the event.

For this year’s awards ceremony, Middleton, who is currently expecting the couple’s third child, wore a deep green gown by Jenny Packham, which featured cap sleeves and a belted silhouette that accentuated her baby bump. She matched the gown with shimmering emerald jewelry, as well as a black evening clutch and Prada heels. It was a look that was perfectly Kate—both tasteful and timeless, right down to her tousled curls. Meanwhile, Prince William wore a classic black tuxedo with black bowtie, a colorway that tied into the tone of the night, as most attendees chose to wear black in solidarity with the #MeToo movement.

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