​Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell, who wrote the highly anticipated opening song for the new movie, were also in attendance. | 22 Words

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, wowed fans on the red carpet of the No Time To Die premiere.

The Duchess, along with Prince William, Charles, and Camilla arrived at the world premiere for the new James Bond film at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

The royals were greeted by hundreds of adoring fans when they arrived in Range Rovers at the star-studded event. The royal party then headed inside, where they met 007 himself, Daniel Craig, as well as other cast members of the movie.

Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell, who wrote the highly anticipated opening song for the new movie, were also in attendance.


And while everyone looked incredible in their suits and gowns, there was one person that outshone them all.

Kate Middleton turned heads as soon as she stepped on the red carpet, dressed in a custom Jenny Packham dress, embellished in sequins designed to resemble liquid gold.


The dress itself is usually priced at a whopping $3,800, and as if it wasn't show-stopping enough, the duchess topped off her outfit with $390 earrings by the Pakistani luxury label, Onitaa, and Aquazzura designer leather shoes costing another $750.

Along with the cast, the royals also had a chance to meet the brains behind the new movie.


Screenwriters Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Neal Purvis, and Robert Wade all appeared to be understandably starstruck by their arrival.

But they weren't the only ones lucky enough to get a chance to watch the long-awaited Bond movie, which has been met with delay, after delay, due to the pandemic...

Healthcare workers and armed forces personnel were also invited along with the royals to watch the movie, as a way to say thank you for their essential work on the front line during the Covid-19 outbreak.


The twenty-fifth Bond movie No Time To Die is Daniel Craig's 5th and final appearance as the famed 007 and is finally set to hit theatres this week in the United Kingdom and in the following for the rest of the world.