Beside her, even the Hollywood Stars looked pale: Duchess Kate (37) shone at the BAFTA Awards in London in a white Robe by Alexander McQueen. The gorgeous chiffon dress featured a cinched-waist and floral embellishments on her left shoulder.
According to reports, the same earrings were worn by Princess Diana in 1995 when she accepted the Humanitarian of the Year award from the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Spectacular jewelry, particularly diamond bracelet of Queen Elizabeth II and a pair of earrings from the personal box of Princess Diana, added royalty to the image of the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate's Make-up consisted of dark smoky Eyes and pink lipstick.
Most notably of course, Kate's sapphire engagement ring, given to her by Prince William in 2011, was Princess Diana's.
Although Anne doesn't typically share photos of Jonathan, see the technique in action in the photos ahead of Kate and William with George and Charlotte (and we're sure once Prince Louis is a bit bigger, we'll see him in photos like these, too!).
William, who is the president of Bafta, presented its highest accolade, the Fellowship, to film editor Thelma Schoonmaker.
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.
Following the evening's ceremony, Kate and William rubbed shoulders with the night's award winners, including Best Adapted Screenplay winner Spike Lee, Best Supporting Actress winner Rachel Weisz and Rising Star award winner Letitia Wright.