Kate Middleton just wore a BREATHTAKING gold sequin dress

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (AKA Kate Middleton) just stepped out at the No Time To Die world premiere at London's Royal Albert Hall wearing THE MOST INCREDIBLE gold sequin cape dress. And yes, the capitals are definitely warranted, folks. The dress itself is so glam, it looks like something straight out of a James Bond movie and the pics are something else. Ah, ain't it great having red carpet events back in our lives again?

Designed by Jenny Packham, the gown in question is show-stopping in every sense. From the deep V neckline and cinched waist to the semi-sheer skirt and elegant cape detailing over the arms, this gold dress will take your breath away in the best possible way.

Like. Kate didn't just show up, she arrived. Here's the glorious look in full:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Check out the intricate embellishment around the neckline and structured shoulders, perfectly paired with bespoke gold disc earrings by Onitaa:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Beauty wise, Kate went for a sunkissed look and an elegant up do.

The Duchess and Duchess look absolutely radiant on the red carpet, which they attended together with Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

The way Kate's dress shimmers is nothing short of hypnotic as the light bounces off it:

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In case you can't tell, I'm losing it over here.

Aaaand, because we're not done looking at this fab gown, this is how it looks from the back:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

The metallic look is a bolder choice for Kate and I think we can all agree she absolutely nails it. What a time.

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