Kate Middleton Looked Extra Royal in a Stunning Gold Dress at the James Bond Premiere

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The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, may not be a movie star in the traditional sense, but she absolutely lit up the red-carpet premiere of the long-delayed James Bond movie, No Time to Die.

Appearing alongside other members of the royal family and the film’s stars at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Middleton chose a gold-embellished gown with a cape, her hair done up and accented with gold earrings. Information about her choice of designer is not yet available.

<h1 class="title">The Prince Of Wales And The Duchess of Cornwall, And The Duke And The Duchess Of Cambridge Attend The World Premiere Of “No Time to Die”</h1><cite class="credit">Chris Jackson, Getty Images</cite>

The Prince Of Wales And The Duchess of Cornwall, And The Duke And The Duchess Of Cambridge Attend The World Premiere Of “No Time to Die”

Chris Jackson, Getty Images

This is one of the most eye-catching looks we’ve seen on Kate Middleton in some time. The future queen usually sticks to simple, classic designs, but a big movie premiere clearly called for something a little more festive. Also in attendance were Prince William, Prince Charles, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

<h1 class="title">"No Time To Die" World Premiere - Red Carpet Arrivals</h1><cite class="credit">Samir Hussein, Getty Images</cite>

"No Time To Die" World Premiere - Red Carpet Arrivals

Samir Hussein, Getty Images

When Spectre, the previous Bond film, premiered at the same location in 2015, Middleton opted for a light blue chiffon dress with a few bejeweled accents. Prince William kept things classic in a tux.

<h1 class="title">UK - "Spectre" Royal World Premiere in London</h1><cite class="credit">Zak Hussein, Getty Images</cite>

UK - "Spectre" Royal World Premiere in London

Zak Hussein, Getty Images

In addition to the royal family and the film’s stars and producers, Town & Country reports, the audience for the premiere screening included members of the military and health care workers. At 163 minutes, this is the longest-ever Bond film (and Daniel Craig’s fifth and final time in the role). If you’re a stateside fan, sit tight: No Time to Die arrives in U.S. theaters on October 8. In addition to Craig, the film stars Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, Ralph Fiennes, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, Dame Judy Dench, Christoph Waltz, Naomi Harris, and Billy Magnussen.

Here’s hoping this is the first of many stunning red-carpet looks to come from Middleton in the coming months! There’s nothing more iconic than seeing a royal really leaning into the royal-ness of her wardrobe.

Originally Appeared on Glamour