Kate Middleton’s BAFTAs outfit included a sweet tribute to Diana

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Kate Middleton made a fashion statement on the BAFTAs red carpet.

Sunday, February 10, in London, came well-known Hollywood actors to compete for the prestigious BAFTA movie awards-2019. Special attention was drawn to the adorable Kate Middleton.

Meanwhile, at the BAFTA Awards, The Favourite dominated the list of winners while Roma took home the top two prizes - Best Film and Best Director - of the evening.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at London's Royal Albert Hall in a white, one-shouldered Alexander McQueen gown that featured flower embellishments.

Unlike this year, Middleton's dress for the 2018 BAFTAs received criticism as the duchess wore a dark green gown instead of black like most other celebrity attendees. On the red carpet she went in a luxurious white dress with an asymmetrical neckline.

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The elegant dress Kate Middleton made a stylish hairstyle and ideal makeup.

The earrings, which feature a cluster of diamonds in the centre and a single hanging pearl, once belonged to the late Princess of Wales, who wore them several times. But its the way the wife of Prince William shoes with heels and a small clutch.

Most notably of course, Kate's sapphire engagement ring, given to her by Prince William in 2011, was Princess Diana's.

While some people on social media referred to their entrance as "awkward", it's not the first time the room has fell silent upon a royal arrival. Duchess of Cambridge missed film even during her pregnancy.