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Duchess of Cambridge looks incredible in red dress by Goat

The Duchess dazzles at latest engagement

by Laura Sutcliffe /


All eyes were on Duchess Kate as she arrived in Manchester on Wednesday with her husband Prince William to attend the Children's Global Media Summit. The happy couple looked full of Christmas cheer as they greeted staff on arrival, and Duchess Kate looked particularly striking in a red dress by Goat, which is priced at £450. She also added a heritage grey checked coat by LK Bennett which is £495.

Lady in Red! Duchess Kate dazzled in bold dress by Goat

The pregnant royal, who will welcome her third child in April, went for a comfortable, yet smart look, in the eye-catching red dress, which covered her growing baby bump perfectly. The Duchess added black tights and simple court shoes, and a simple hand-held clutch bag. Kate's brunette locks was styled in rich voluminous curls, and she enhanced her natural beauty with just a hint of natural lip gloss and smoky brown eye-shadow, which is seen as her signature beauty look.

The dress the Duchess is sporting is by Goat and priced at £450

The event is an exciting one, bringing together technology innovators and executives from around the world to discuss the future of media for the younger generation, and explore exactly how the digital world impacts children and their future.

She covered the dress in a checked coat by LK Bennett, priced at £495

Duchess Kate has certainly had a busy couple of days. On Tuesday evening she attended the Queen's prestigious winter party, looking particularly regal in her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana's tiara. She was photographed arriving at the event, alongside her husband Prince William, and appeared to be wearing white gown, which she accessorised with the tiara, diamond drop earrings and a stunning, diamond encrusted necklace. This is the second time the mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte has worn the tiara; Kate attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace in July, and wore the striking item, which she teamed with a bold red gown.

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