Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has sauntered along a red carpet a handful of times since her 2011 wedding to Prince William.
While brushing shoulders with actors and producers, the royal has dazzled us with her fashion, appearing in lace numbers and structured silhouettes.
Catherine has arguably experimented with her style the most for premieres as she’s worn everything from gowns with high leg slits, to plunging necklines.
She has often worn her signature brown locks loose and curled, but she’s also opted for updos on the odd occasion, and she’s devastatingly chic no matter her beauty choices.
As for makeup, Kate is never without her defining eyeliner and tasteful eyeshadow at formal events, and it’s a staple beauty choice we wouldn’t dare ask her to abandon.
The duchess has also worn some of the most show-stopping accessories before, polishing her looks off with the glamour and glitz we want from our dazzling royals.
But of course, she also knows how to tastefully style her diamonds and gems without overpowering her designer dresses.
The movie stars who grace the red carpet never fail to enthral, but it’s Kate who is always the belle of the ball.
Without further ado, let’s look at Duchess Catherine’s stunning premiere outfits and her equally intriguing accessories over the years.
Kate shined bright in this divine Jenny Packham gown for the No Time To Die world premiere, and she looked a million bucks.
However, not enough attention has been given to her gold, gem-encrusted earrings. They work so well with her dress, and it brings the whole look together.
For a special pantomime performance of The National Lotterys Pantoland in 2020, Kate dazzled in this Alessandra Rich petal-print dress.
Upon closer inspection, Kate styled the outfit with sleek stilettos and a sole gold bangle.
Kate’s Temperley London black lace dress with a demure v-neckline is perhaps one of her best looks of all time. It’s modest but also thoroughly modern. She wore this iconic number to the War Horse premiere in 2012.
Her diamond drop earrings were a subtle styling choice that worked well with her dress, without overpowering its lace details.
For the 2013 premiere of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, Kate recycled a Roland Mouret dress she wore before her 2011 wedding. Its uniquely structured shoulder details and thigh slit set her apart from the other attendees.
Of course, we love a shot of Kate’s engagement ring, but we’re equally obsessed with her large diamond necklace, which was just enough detail for her white dress.
Kate also wore Jenny Packham to the Spectre premiere at Royal Albert Hall in 2015. The pastel blue shade looks as pretty as a cloud, and the draping neckline perfectly complements her figure.
You would almost think it’s too much to style a glittery purse with a bedazzled belt, but Kate is superbly making it work here.
For the premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob Kate wore this Self Portrait dress, and its high slit was rather daring for the royal.
Kate perfectly matched her dusty red suede purse with her ruby broach and red blush.
For the UK premiere of African Cats in 2012, Kate wore her shortest red carpet dress to date designed by Matthew Williamson.
She styled her 50s inspired dress with these timeless black pumps.
To the 2017 red carpet for 42nd Street, Kate opted for this burgundy teacup dress by Marchesa Notte. The gown’s deep colour and silhouette popped on the duchess.
Her unique tasselled earrings were a fashion risk that paid off. They make their impact without feeling naff.
In 2019 Kate stepped out on the British Academy Film Awards red carpet in this white rose-esque dress. The stunning dress looked ethereal on the royal, and it was designed by Alexander McQueen, which is her couture match made in heaven.
Her eye-catching earrings weren’t just beautiful they also belonged to Princess Diana, who had worn the diamond and pearl pair to the Royal Albert Hall in 1991.