They were accompanied by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in London for the new James Bond film: ‘No Time to Die’. The new James Bond film will come to British cinemas on September 30, and the two royal couples’ attended their first premiere in two years since the coronavirus pandemic started. A body language specialist, Judi James, spoke to Express.co.uk about Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate, and analysed their behaviour at tonight’s premiere.
Judi said: “It’s usually the royal men living their best life at the Bond premiers, with William, Harry and even Charles historically showing a love of all things Aston Martin lifestyle and bow ties.
“But tonight it was Kate looking like a star of the film as she took to the red carpet in what is probably her most jaw-droppingly stunning look ever.
“Kate’s body language oozed the perfect levels of confidence to carry off the statuesque golden gown.
“Without a bag to carry she held her arms to her sides as she walked beside a rather bashful-looking William.
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“William’s body language suggested even he couldn’t believe his eyes or his luck to be accompanying his glamorous wife.
“Charles looked jovial and Kate greeted Camilla with a warm-looking kiss on the cheek and a pat on the arm.
“But it was undoubtedly Kate’s night and there must be several stars quietly seething to have been so effortlessly upstaged by this A-list-looking royal.”
Prince William and Kate Middleton seemed to show their marriage was steamier than ever as she showed off her model legs in a racy, sheer gold dress.
They met James Bond star Daniel Craig and other cast members such as Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux and Lashana Lynch at the premiere.
Mother-of-three Kate dazzled at the event in a custom Jenny Packham embellished gown, which is usually priced at £3,000.
Featuring cape sleeve detailing and structured shoulders, she teamed her dress with bespoke £290 Onitaa earrings.
These earrings were made in Pakistan by the South Asian luxury couture label.
Kate outshone all the stars at the event in her form-fitting dress, created to look like liquid metal.
The dress is from one of her favoured British fashion designers, teamed with Aquazzura £555 leather pumps for the long-awaited premiere.
The royal foursome were introduced to screenwriters Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, and singer Billie Eilish and her musician brother Finneas O’Connell, who co-wrote the new Bond theme song.
A number of healthcare workers and members of the armed forces joined the royals in the auditorium to watch the film as a thank you for their work during the Covid pandemic.
The highly anticipated ‘No Time To Die’ is the 25th Bond film and final movie featuring Craig as Bond.
It faced more than a year of being delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but is being released in British cinemas on September 30.
Looking effortlessly elegant, Kate’s dress had a bespoke 1970s-style cape attached and the Duchess completed the look with gold earrings and shoes, with her hair coiled on top of her head.
Kate, along with her husband, William, and the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, walked up the red carpet outside London’s Royal Albert Hall.