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Kate Middleton wows at charity event in Grecian gown

Published 11/11/2011 | 09:49

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) at a reception in aid of the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal at St James's Palace on November 10, 2011 in London
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) at a reception in aid of the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal at St James's Palace on November 10, 2011 in London

The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a Grecian one-shouldered gown at a charity dinner last night.

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The silver dress draped beautifully over the British royal and gathered neatly at the waist with a bow. She also wore a scarlet poppy to show her support for the UK World War I Remembrance Day.

The dress is believed to be a design from Alice Temperley and was perfect for entertaining 120 gusts in the Picture Gallery at St James’s Palace in London.

She accessorised simply with a diamond bangle, diamond drop earrings and her wedding and engagement bands.

She wore her glossy, brunette looks, with one small section pulled to show off her simple make-up.

Her husband the Duke of Cambridge looked equally impressive, by her side in a dinner jacket and bowtie.

The couple were holding a dinner for the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal, of which William is a patron.

The fund hopes to raise $19 million to turn the Arboretum, which honours all those who have sacrificed their lives for the UK, into a world-renowned centre for Remembrance.

Catherine smiled throughout the evening despite recently hearing her husband is to undertake a six-week posting to the Falkland Islands.

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