Prince William and Kate Middleton Attend the ‘No Time to Die’ Premiere

They look incredible.

london, england   september 28 catherine, duchess of cambridge and prince william, duke of cambridge attend the no time to die world premiere at royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by samir husseinwireimage
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made an appearance at London's Royal Albert Hall today, alongside Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, to celebrate the premiere of the 25th film in the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die.

The four royals are the guests of honor at the screening, which has been delayed due to the pandemic. Kate is wearing a gorgeous gold Jenny Packham sequined gown and William is in a tux. You can see some of the photos from the event below:

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london, england   september 28  catherine, duchess of cambridge and prince william, duke of cambridge arrive at the no time to die film premiere at the royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by neil mockfordgc images
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london, england   september 28 catherine, duchess of cambridge is greeted on her arrival by the lord lieutenant of greater london, sir kenneth olisa at the "no time to die" world premiere at royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by chris jackson   wpa poolgetty images
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london, england   september 28 prince william, duke of cambridge and catherine, duchess of cambridge attend the "no time to die" world premiere at royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by chris jackson   wpa poolgetty images
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london, england   september 28 catherine, duchess of cambridge attends the "no time to die" world premiere at royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by chris jackson   wpa poolgetty images
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london, england   september 28 prince charles, prince of wales, and catherine, duchess of cambridge attend the no time to die world premiere at royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by chris jackson   wpa poolgetty images
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london, england   september 28  the duke and duchess of cambridge, and prince charles, prince of wales and camilla, duchess of cornwall attend the no time to die world premiere at royal albert hall on september 28, 2021 in london, england photo by gareth cattermolegetty images
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The royals aren't the only people attending the premiere. The Palace announced in a press release, per US Weekly, that "the royal family members will be joined by healthcare workers and servicemen and women of the royal armed forces, who have been invited in honor of their 'extraordinary contribution to the nation’s response to the COVID pandemic.'" Lashana Lynch, Daniel Craig, Billie Eilish, Jason Momoa, and other celebrities are also there.

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The appearance occurs just a couple days after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wrapped up their trip to NYC to promote vaccine equity ahead of the city's Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park. The Sussexes began their trip last Thursday with a stop at the World Trade Center and made their way to Harlem, the United Nations, and, of course, the concert.

A busy week for everyone in the family!

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