‘Secretly sending messages to Meghan’: Kate causes huge spike in ‘gold dress’ searches

‘Secretly sending messages to Meghan’: Kate causes huge spike in ‘gold dress’ searches

September 29, 2021

Kate Middleton 'stole the show' at Bond premiere says expert

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The gold, embellished dress which was floor-length, had beautiful sleeve detail which covered the Duchess’s shoulders and let her arms roam free. The Duchess of Cambridge’s legs could be seen through the Hollywood-style dress, in what was a beautiful sheer effect. The long-awaited new James Bond ‘No Time To Die’ film premiere had been delayed for almost two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However it finally happened last night, and the Duchess of Cambridge wowed everyone with her outfit choice.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked mesmerising in an altered £3,893 Jenny Packham dress.

Fashion retailer, Karen Millen, has revealed that the gorgeous dress caused a humongous 3,043 percent increase in searches for ‘Kate Middleton Gold Dress’.

Also, out of the 2,000 social media reactions on Facebook, 92 percent of them were love, showing that royal fans all over the world were obsessed with her dress.

Kate also opted for no clutch bag and low-key jewellery to accessorise her outfit, allowing the dress to speak for itself and wow everyone.

There are some Karen Millen dupes of Kate Middleton’s dress which royal fans can buy.

For instance, a Gold Sequin Wrap Jersey Dress is currently on sale for £28, and some Gold Plated Twist Drop Earrings, similar to those of the Duchess’s are also on sale for just £12.

Demand for dupes of Kate Middleton’s gold sequin dress from Pretty Little Thing have also spiked by 550 percent in a matter of hours.

PrettyLittleThing have revealed Kate’s appearance at the UK premiere of the latest James Bond film, ‘No Time to Die’, on Tuesday night have caused a 300 percent spike in demand for gold dresses from their site, while demand for similar gold sequin dresses has skyrocketed by an incredible 550 percent.

The royal wore a gold-sequined cape gown, courtesy of Jenny Packham, featuring one of this season’s hottest trends, a sheer-effect overlay.

Kate paired the look with classic nude pumps by Aquazzura and matching gold statement earrings while Prince William opted for a classic black tuxedo.

Some royal fans thought this dress was Kate Middleton sending a message through her clothing to Meghan Markle, who spent the weekend in New York attending the Global Citizen Love concert with her husband, Prince Harry.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who appeared to come out with this dress all guns blazing, showed to royal fans that she still has the ability to wow the crowds with her style.

Melita Latham, a clothing designer and founder of Melita Latham London, spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about Kate sending messages to Meghan with her Hollywood attire.

Melita said: “If Kate is secretly sending messages to Meghan by wearing this stunning, glamorous, show-stopping Marvel then she has simply no need.

“Over the previous years, Kate has been compared to all female members of the English Royal Family, along with many international Royal Family members and celebrities.

“But oh my goodness has she raised the bar and has simply put everyone else in the shade.

“If there ever was a more beautiful Bond girl to grace a 007 premiere then today I challenge you to find one.

“‘No time to die’ – more like ‘no time to blink’ whilst we are dazzled by her embellished gold cape.”

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