Princess Kate dazzles in chic white gown and statement Zara earrings she joins Prince William on Bafta red carpet

PRINCESS Kate dazzled in a chic white gown as she joined Prince William at this year’s Baftas ceremony.

The Princess of Wales showed her commitment to sustainable fashion as she re-wore the same gorgeous one-shouldered Alexander McQueen piece that she donned for the awards in 2019.

The princess of Wales wowed in her Alexander McQueen dressCredit: Getty
She was walking the red carpet at the Baftas ceremonyCredit: PA
She accompanied her husband Prince William, who looked dapper in a black velvet dinner suitCredit: Getty

The garment had undergone some minor alterations, with a floral design on the shoulder swapped out for a train draped across it and reaching down to the Princess’ waist.

Similarly, on the dress’ last outing it was paired with a pair of diamond earrings that belonged to Princess Diana, while this time Kate opted for £18 Zara jewellery.

The toga-style ensemble featured a fitted bodice, cinched waist and graceful floor-length skirt

It is not the first time Kate has sourced her outfit from McQueen, which has become one of her favourite fashion brands.

Her wedding dress was notably designed by the outlet’s creative director Sarah Burton.

The royal mum-of-three sported a pink lipstick and a dark smokey eye, with her hair swept glamorously behind her shoulders.

Kate twinned the stunning dress with black opera gloves, while her husband was dressed to the nines in a double-breasted, black velvet dinner suit with matching bow-tie.

William’s outfit was also re-worn from a previous dapper event.

It is the first time the royal couple have attended the ceremony, which recognises the UK cinema industry, in three years.

William has been president of Bafta since 2010 and was first accompanied by Kate in 2017.

However, they have not attended the awards since 2020 due to the pandemic.

The royal couple have not attended the event since 2020 due to the pandemicCredit: Rex
William has been president of Bafta since 2010 and was first accompanied to the awards by Kate in 2017Credit: Getty