Kate Middleton held her own on the BAFTAs red carpet as showbiz royalty mixed with actual royalty.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, wowed in a flowing white dress with gold detailing for the glitzy event, which she attended with her husband Prince William.
Her dress, which had gold flowers and a glittery border detail around the shoulders and chest, was more low-cut than her usual numbers.
The look was a recycled outfit for thrifty Kate, who first wore it in Malaysia in 2012 for a state dinner.
Kate's brunette locks were worn in a sleek bun and she donned a pair of delicate gold earrings.
Her necklace was made of pretty silver flower petals and she accessorised with a glittery gold clutch bag.
She tied the look together with sparkling gold stilettos, which were just about visible under her gown.
The Duke of Cambridge looked dapper in a black tuxedo and bow tie as they walked the red carpet together.
He is BAFTA's President and attends the awards do with his wife every year.
As he usually does, William presented the BAFTA Fellowship Award this year.
The duo chatted happily as they walked down the red carpet.
The couple looked ready for the night as they smiled for the cameras while walking into the ceremony.
It was a rare child-free night for the pair, with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis staying at home.