Like you'd expect with any Royal family member, their wardrobes only contain the most exquisite and finest of clothing and accesories. This means even on the odd occasion where they're pictured more dressed-down than usual, they're still donning designer pieces and are always looking trendy.

Although the Duchess of Cambridge does look great in her stroll-through-the-park wear, here we are going to recap five of her most recent, very glamorous gowns.

100 Women in Finance

Last week, Kate Middleton attended the 100 Women in Finance gala dinner at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

In case you missed it, Kate was photographed extensively in a beautiful, fit-for-a-princess, pink Gucci gown.

According to the royal fashion fan account @MiddletonMaven, the raspberry-coloured clutch, which matched her blush gown belt was a Prada piece, and the sparkly heels were by Oscar de la Renta.

The BAFTAs 2019

The gown that got everyone talking was this stunning white Alexander McQueen number. The one-shoulder couture piece featured a fitted waist, billowing skirt and subtle floral detail.

As if the dress wasn’t enough to wow the crowds, the Duchess finished the look with the addition of a pair of sparkling silver Jimmy Choo heels, a pair of pearl earrings which once belonged to Lady Diana, and a diamond bracelet which was on loan from the Queen.

What makes the tribute to Lady Diana even more fitting, is that these are believed to be the same earrings which the Princess of Wales wore to the same venue (London’s Royal Albert Hall) back in 1991.

The Tusk Conservation Awards

Back in November last year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the 6th Annual Tusk Conservation Awards.

The couple, who looked happy as ever, also looked very glamorous too. Of course, the attention was mainly on Kate, who wore a beautiful Jenny Packham gown in aqua green, which fell to the floor.

Chic heels, dazzling dangling earrings and a matching teal-coloured clutch purse were the key accessories to this incredibly elegant outfit.

The State Banquet

The Queen’s State Banquet in October saw the Duchess of Cambridge in a beautiful powder blue floor-length dress by Alexander McQueen.

An event which welcomed King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Kate adhered to the regal dress code, adding princess-esque statement accessories to her already majestic look.

The Duchess only gets the tiaras out on rare and special occasions, and this, so it seems, was one of them. As well as the stunning tiara, Kate wore Princess Diana’s Collingwood pearl earrings, Queen Alexandra’s wedding gift necklace, and the Royal Family Order - a special gift from the Queen.

The BAFTAs 2018

Pregnant with Prince Louis at the time, Kate Middleton decided to go against the black dress code which was encouraged to female attendees, to take a stand against sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the entertainment industry.

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However, the Duchess wore a shade of dark green. The reason? Because members of the Royal family are meant to remain neutral towards political movements. Although, we’re sure Kate supports the movement privately, she wasn’t allowed to explicitly do so through her clothing.

Nonetheless, Kate looked beautiful in her Jenny Packham gown, which may have been a subtle nod to the honor the suffragettes, keeping in theme with the female empowerment heavily present on the night.

She carried a black clutch bag and wore exquisite jewels on her neck to accessorise the glamorous gown.

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