Prince William and Kate Middleton met by adoring fans at Earthshot Prize in Boston

Prince william and kate middleton met by adoring fans at earthshot prize in boston

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Prince William and Kate Middleton met by adoring fans at Earthshot Prize in Boston during their US tour. David Beckham, Ellie Goulding, Annie Lennox and other stars also attended the Award. Kate, 40, certainly pulled out all the stops for the evening – which has been described as William’s ‘Super Bowl moment’ – taking a break from her normally-reserved sense of style in order to steal the spotlight in the eye-popping number. In keeping with the theme of the evening, the Princess chose to don a rented design from a brand called Solace London, which the royal got from online designer rental platform HURR – which charges between $91 (£74) and $238 (£194) to loan the gown.

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