Kate Middleton's Best Red Carpet Looks

Kate Middleton has looked dazzling on the red carpet during her 10 years of official royal appearances at film premieres, theater shows and awards ceremonies.

The Duchess of Cambridge has shone alongside showbiz royalty in gowns by designers including Alexander McQueen and Jenny Packham.

Here are some of her best looks from her red carpet appearances.

Kate Middleton's Dress at the BAFTAs in 2020

Kate Middleton wore a white Alexander McQueen gown with a sweetheart neckline to the BAFTAs at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, in 2020.

The duchess paired the empire line dress with Jimmy Choo pumps and wore a mother of pearl necklace and earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels.

Kate Middleton Wears Alexander McQueen to BAFTAs
Kate Middleton and Prince William attend the 2020 BAFTAs at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, on February 2, 2020. She paired her Alexander McQueen gown with Jimmy Choo pumps. Samir Hussein/WireImage
Kate Middleton's 2020 BAFTA Dress
Kate Middleton wears an Alexander McQueen gown to the BAFTAs at the Royal Albert Hall on February 2, 2020, in London, England. The dress is among her many stunning red carpet looks. Samir Hussein/WireImage

Kate Middleton at James Bond Premiere

Kate wore a golden, caped Jenny Packham gown to the premiere of the new James Bond movie, No Time to Die, at the Royal Albert Hall, on September 28.

The duchess wore Onitaa earrings with an up do as she took to the red carpet alongside actress Ana de Armas, who stars in the film, Billie Eilish and up and coming U.K. tennis champion Emma Raducanu.

The couple had their biggest day of mainstream and online media mentions in September after the star-studded event, Newsweek and Zignal Labs revealed.

Kate Middleton's James Bond Dress
Kate Middleton wears a gold Jenny Packham gown alongside Prince William to the James Bond 'No Time To Die' World Premiere at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, on September 28, 2021. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Kate Middleton's Self Portrait Gown

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a long-sleeved white gown by Self Portrait to the U.K. premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob in support of one of her charities, Action on Addiction, in 2016.

The film tells the story of a recovering drug addict and homeless busker whose life is saved by finding a stray cat.

Kate has been patron of the charity since 2012.

Kate Middleton's Self Portrait Evening Gown
Kate Middleton wears a white, long sleeved evening gown by Self Portrait to the U.K. Premiere of "A Street Cat Named Bob" in aid of Action On Addiction at The Curzon Mayfair, in London, on November 3, 2016. David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage

Kate Middleton's Earthshot Prize Gown

The duchess wore a recycled Alexander McQueen gown with a special message to the Earthshot Prize awards ceremony at Alexandra Palace, in London, on October 17.

The event was one of the biggest in husband Prince William's calendar as it is his signature contribution to tackling the climate crisis.

Earthshot asked guests to wear recycled or upcycled clothing in keeping with the environmental message and Kate opted for a blue gown she first wore on a visit to America in the months after her 2011 royal wedding.

The choice seemed to hint at a big piece of news announced by Prince William on the night—that next year's event will take place in America.

It's particularly interesting because Kate and William visited Santa Barbara, close to wear Harry and Meghan's new Montecito home, that year.

Kate Middleton's Recycled Alexander McQueen Gown
Kate Middleton recycles an Alexander McQueen gown she first wore in Los Angeles during Prince William's eco awards, the Earthshot Prize 2021, at Alexandra Palace, London, on October 17, 2021. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

Kate Middleton Wildlife Photographer of the Year Dress

Kate wore a powder blue wrap dress by Jenny Packham to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards at the Natural History Museum on October 21, 2014.

Kate Middleton's Natural History Museum Dress
Kate Middleton wears a powder blue Jenny Packham dress to the Natural History Museum for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Awards Ceremony on October 21, 2014 in London, England. Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images