Kate Middleton dons £ 785 green dress from up-and-coming London designer Edeline Lee in London

Teal-ing the show! Kate Middleton dons £ 785 green dress from up-and-coming London designer Edeline Lee to present Queen Elizabeth Award For British Design

  • The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in green today as she sported a trendy shift dress with golden jewelery to present The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at the Design Museum in Kensington
  • Kate, 40, opted for a £ 785 green dress from up-and-coming London British-Canadian designer Edeline Lee
  • Royal paired pebble-textured dress with golden accessories for the fashion-filled event, where British Vogue editor Edward Enninful was also in attendance

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The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in green today as she sported a trendy shift dress with golden jewelery to present The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at an event hosted by the British Fashion Council at London’s Design Museum in Kensington.

Kate Middleton, 40, opted for a £ 785 green dress from up-and-coming British-Canadian designer Edeline Lee, who attended Central Saint Martins – one of the most prestigious fashion schools in the world.

Since launching her eponymous label in 2014, Edeline Lee’s looks have been worn by the likes of Amanda Holden, Emma Willis, Helen Skelton, Ellie Goulding and Helen Mirren.

Today, Kate paired pebble-textured dress with golden accessories for the fashion-filled event, where British Vogue editor Edward Enninful was also in attendance.

The royal opted for a glamorous make-up look, keeping her brunette hair down and sleek and paired light face make-up with a dramatic smoky eye.

Her Royal Highness, who lives in Kensington Palace just two miles away from the museum, added dark green velvet heels and a matching clutch bag to the look.

Kate will present the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design which aims to recognize the cultural and trade role the British design and fashion industry has played throughout the monarch’s reign.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in green today as she sported a trendy shift dress with golden jewelery as she got set to present The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at an event hosted by the British Fashion Council at London's Design Museum in Kensington

The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in green today as she sported a trendy shift dress with golden jewelery as she got set to present The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at an event hosted by the British Fashion Council at London’s Design Museum in Kensington

The royal opted for a glamorous make-up look, keeping her brunette hair down and sleek and paired light face make-up with a dramatic smoky eye

The royal opted for a glamorous make-up look, keeping her brunette hair down and sleek and paired light face make-up with a dramatic smoky eye

Kate Middleton, 40, opted for a £ 785 green dress from up-and-coming London designer Edeline Lee which she paired with gold accessories for the fashion-filled event, where Vogue editor Edward Enninful was also in attendance.

Now in its fifth year, the award aims to provide continuing recognition of the cultural and trade role the British design and fashion industry has played, and continues to play, throughout Her Majesty's reign.

Kate Middleton, 40, opted for a £ 785 green dress from up-and-coming London designer Edeline Lee which she paired with gold accessories for the fashion-filled event, where Vogue editor Edward Enninful was also in attendance.

Now in its fifth year, the award aims to provide continuing recognition of the cultural and trade role the British design and fashion industry has played, and continues to play, throughout Her Majesty’s reign.

The inaugural award was announced and presented to Richard Quinn in February 2018 when The Queen made her first visit to London Fashion Week.

In this Platinum Jubilee year, the award will be presented by The Duchess of Cambridge to an emerging British designer.

At the event, The Duchess will meet and view designs of recipients from the British Fashion Council Foundation’s design initiatives; NEWGEN, Fashion Trust and BFC / Vogue Designer Fashion fund and BFC / GQ Designer Fashion Fund.

Dripping in glamor!  Kate opted for golden feather earrings which perfectly complemented with belt buckle for the awards

Dripping in glamor! Kate opted for golden feather earrings which perfectly complemented with belt buckle for the awards

Kate is pictured meeting some of the style set today.  The Duchess will present The Queen Elizabeth II Award For British Design and BFC Foundation Impact announcement at The Design Museum

Kate is seen today

Kate is pictured meeting some of the style set today. The Duchess will present The Queen Elizabeth II Award For British Design and BFC Foundation Impact announcement at The Design Museum

Her Royal Highness, who lives in Kensington Palace just two miles away from the museum, added dark green velvet heels and a matching clutch bag to the look.

Kate is pictured today

Her Royal Highness, who lives in Kensington Palace just two miles away from the museum, added dark green velvet heels and a matching clutch bag to the look.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Design Museum in London where she will present the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design

The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Design Museum in London where she will present the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design

Gorgeous in green!  Kate hit the mark in a teal dress by and up-and-coming British designer on her day out at the museum

Kate is seen in green today

Gorgeous in green! Kate hit the mark in a teal dress by and up-and-coming British designer on her day out at the museum

Vogue editor Edward Enninful joins Kate Middleton as she attends the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at the Design Museum

Vogue editor Edward Enninful is pictured at the Design Museum today

Vogue editor Edward Enninful joins Kate Middleton as she attends the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at the Design Museum

These funds provide up and coming designers with financial support, showcasing opportunities and mentoring as they work to build their brands. Previous winners have included Alexander McQueen and Erdem.

Following this, Kate will meet representatives from the British Fashion Council and the wider fashion industry, including Edward Enninful.

The Duchess will then present The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design and watch an immersive fashion show from the winner of the award.

The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design was presented by The Duchess of Cornwall in 2019, The Princess Royal in 2020 and The Countess of Wessex in 2021. The trophy itself was inspired by the Queen Elizabeth rose.

It was hand-produced in 2018 by Lucy Price at Bauhinia Studios in Birmingham’s famous jewelery quarter.

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