Kate Middleton looked lovely in a bold teal dress while arriving for the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design Ceremony held at the Design Museum on Wednesday (May 4) in London, England.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived in style for the event, where she also met with recipients from the BFC Foundation’s designer initiatives, including the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund and BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund.
The funds provide up-and-coming designers with financial support, showcasing opportunities and mentoring as they work to build their brands.
During the event, Kate also took the stage to present the Queen Elizabeth II Award, which recognizes the role the fashion industry plays in society and diplomacy and to spotlight young designers who are talented and making a difference to society through either sustainable practices or community engagement.
The award went to designer Saul Nash.
If you missed it, Kate just recently joined this other Royal Family member for their first engagement together ever!
FYI: Kate wore an Edeline Lee dress with an Emmy clutch and shoes.
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By: Just Jared
Title: Kate Middleton Presents The Queen Elizabeth II Award In A Stunning Teal Dress
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Published Date: Wed, 04 May 2022 21:47:38 +0000
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