On Thursday night, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (you know them as Wills and Kate, or parents to bouncing baby Prince George) attended the Royal Variety Performances at the London Palladium—looking good. Will, looking dapper as ever in a no-frills black tuxedo, was the perfect complement to his lovely wife. Kate, who wore a black and lace Diane von Furstenberg gown (accented with diamond earrings and that gorgeous vintage engagement ring), barely looked pregnant with just the slightest hint of a royal baby bump.

Kate, who has worn her fair share of a DVF wrap dress before, has also found a new stylist in friend Natasha Archer, according to E!. Thankfully though, Kate Middleton is still sticking to her favorite designers, like Temperley London, Alexander McQueen (creative director Sarah Burton did design her wedding gown, after all), Jenny Packham, and (of course) DVF.

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We’ll have to keep a closer eye on Kate’s style to see if we notice any changes, but we have a feeling her classic style will always be her signature!

 

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