On the same day that Alice Temperley gushed about Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge opted to wear the designer's dress to David Attenborough's film premiere at the Natural History Museum in London.
Coincidence? Only the new mom truly knows the answer.
Kate debuted the gown at last year's War Horse premiere in London. Luckily this time she didn't have to duck under an umbrella to protect the delicate fabric (and her amazing blowout!).
This is the second time in just two weeks time that the duchess—who attended tonight's event with husband Prince William, of course—has hit a red carpet event in a Temperley creation. On November 28, she wore a similar, but less formal frock by the designer to a SportsAid Charity Dinner. Both times she accessorized with a dazzling diamond bracelet.
Meanwhile, Temperley must be over-the-moon at this royal repeat. Especially considering early today she told the Daily Telegraph: "The Duchess is an inspiration. She's very graceful, gracious and she's a brilliant ambassador for British fashion. She mixes up designer and high street; the perfect modern-day woman."
We couldn't have said it better ourselves, Alice!