Last night (11 December) the Duchess Of Cambridge stepped out at the Natural History Museum to attend a screening of David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive.
She accompanied her hubby Prince William to the premiere and looked as stunning as ever in the 'Amoret' gown by Alice Temperley.
The mesmerising floor-length frock featured a black lace overlay, three-quarter length sleeves and a pretty scalloped neckline.
We absolutely love this dress, and by the looks of it, so does Kate! This is actually the third time she's worn the glamorous number during a public appearance.
Back in January 2012, Kate took to the red carpet with Wills by her side at the premiere of Spielberg's War Horse in Leicester Square, London.
The twosome battled the elements with their giant umbrella, but Kate still managed to look picture-perfect without a single hair out of place!
She added a simple silver bracelet and diamond earrings while carrying a sophisticated black velvet clutch.
The Duchess then gave her luxe gown its second outing for the University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Fundraising Auction in London in November 2012.
This time Kate accessorised with a red clutch bag while showing her support for the Royal British Legion by wearing a crystal poppy.
She styled her brunette tresses in glossy tumbling curls and kept her nails bare.
Now Kate's Alice Temperley dress cost just under the £3,000 mark (gulp), but we all know what really matters is the cost-per-wear ratio.
Better keep up the wardrobe recycling, Kate!
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