The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opted for a night out at the movies, attending Steven Speilberg’s latest flick War Horse.

If only we all got to go to the movies like this!

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The London Premier in Leiscter Square wasn’t the great in terms of weather, but this didn’t stop Kate and William from looking glamorous!

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In a nude and black lace dress by designer Temperley, the Duchess was sheltered from the rain by her ever attentive husband!  A simple black skinny belt gave her a fabulous slim figure, while still looking comfortable.

It seems no one has been able to find the dress online in or any past collections.  This leads many to believe the dress is a couture or one-of-a-kind designed especially for Kate.

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This Temperley creation is very similar to the nude an black Zara Tulip Lace Dress worn by The Duchess back in December to the Gary Barlow concert.  I’m definitely feeling the new nude and black lace trend the Duchess is starting.  Very chic!

It is a case of deja-vu for the accessories!  Kate is wearing the same (albeit, still unidentified) diamond earrings.  Along with her velvet bow clutch designed by Jaime Mascaro from Pretty Ballerinas and diamond bracelet – thought to be a wedding gift from an anonymous friend.  All most recently seen together at The Millies a few weeks ago.

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While there are not many clear photos of The Duchess’ shoes… I would assume she is wearing her Jimmy Choo Cosmic Black Suede Pumps, just as she did at The Millies.

Again, loving this look!  Very simple, lady-like and not to crazy as to distract from the main purpose of the night.  I am loving the lack of necklace as to not distract from the beautiful dress and sparkling bracelet.  The Duchess is fabulous at pulling off the “less is more”  concept.

After the premier, Buckingham Palace hosted a star-studded reception, with the price of tickets rumoured to have been £10,000.  All the funds raised were donated to The Foundation for Prince William and Prince Harry 

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