Kate Middleton was a vision in white at the 72nd edition of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts or BAFTA awards on Sunday night (Monday morning in India), as she walked in with her husband Prince William, who looked dapper in a black tuxedo.
Kate, 37, channelled Hollywood glamour in a white one-shoulder gown with tulle flowers embroidered on one shoulder. The two made a royal entry but what caught everyone's attention was the Kate Middleton's earrings for the event. In June 1997, Diana wore the earrings without the drop to a performance of Swan Lake at Royal Albert Hall, one of her last public appearances before her death in August.
The earrings, which feature a cluster of diamonds in the centre and a single hanging pearl, once belonged to the late Princess of Wales, who wore them several times.
Following the evening's ceremony, Kate and William rubbed shoulders with the night's award winners, including Best Adapted Screenplay winner Spike Lee, Best Supporting Actress winner Rachel Weisz and Rising Star award winner Letitia Wright.
The Favourite, the 18th-century royal drama, kicked off the Awards by winning the prize for best British film.
Rami Malek won the best actor award for his portrayal of the late Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody while Mahershala Ali was awarded best supporting actor for his role as a pianist in Green Book.