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Duchess Catherine stuns in a gorgeous white gown at the 2019 BAFTA awards

She looks as regal as ever.

Looking absolutely stunning in an all-white, one-shoulder gown, Duchess Catherine was the epitome of elegance as she walked the red carpet at the 2019 BAFTA awards on Sunday evening.
Held at the Royal Albert Hall, the Duchess accompanied her husband Prince William, who is the current President of BAFTA, who also cut a fine figure in a black tuxedo.
Ahead of the ceremony, the royal couple were greeted by BAFTA CEO Amanda Berry as they arrived on the red carpet.
Kate looked radiant in an all-white, one shoulder gown by Alexander McQueen. (Image: Getty)
Kate went to her go-to designer Alexander McQueen for her breathtaking gown. The one-shoulder dress featured a floral motif on the shoulder, with a floaty floor-length skirt.
For the glitzy night Kate styled her hair in an elegant up-do and accessorised with a matching white clutch, silver cuff bracelet. And in a touching nod to her late mother-in-law, Kate wore the same pearl-detail earrings, which Princess Diana had worn to a past event also held at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991.
Diana in the dazzling accessories during an event at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991 and decades later, Duchess Catherine wears the same jewels in the same location. (Both images: Getty)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wowed crowds as they walked the red carpet at the 2019 BAFTA awards. (Image: Getty)
Kate also attended the awards ceremony last year while she was heavily pregnant with Prince Louis, drawing attention to her baby bump with an emerald green gown, styled with a black sash.
The Duchess' attendance at the awards follows the unveiling of the plans for her garden at the annual Chelsea Flower Show in May, coined 'Back to Nature'.

In a post on the Kensington Royal Instagram page it was revealed the Duchess, in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White, will be creating a woodland wilderness garden with the aim to get people back to nature and highlight the benefits of the natural world on our mental health and physical wellbeing.
The post includes a sketched image of the garden, which features a treehouse, stream and waterfall, a rustic den, campfire and stepping stones.
In a follow-up post @kensingtonroyal says "The garden hopes to trigger memories of time spent in nature, and encourage others to go out and create new experiences in the great outdoors."
The sketch of the 'Back to Nature' garden shows a stream, stepping stones, a treehouse and rustic den. (Image: instagram/@kensingtonroyal)
The Duchess' involvement was announced in January with the RHS saying they were "thrilled" at the prospect of having Kate on board.
Director General of the RHS, Sue Biggs says, "We could not be more thrilled, or feel more honoured, that the Duchess of Cambridge has co-designed our RHS Garden at Chelsea Flower Show this year," reports CNN.
"To have the duchess advocating with us, and to be continuing our partnership with NHS England will, we're sure, further highlight the powerful benefit that access to gardens, nature and growing plants can have for all of our health and happiness."