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The Duchess Of Cambridge Looked Elegant In Marchesa For The Opening Night Of 42nd Street In London

Impeccable as per ✨

05/04/2017 11:17 BST

The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in a Marchesa Notte gown as she attended the opening night of the ‘42nd Street’ musical in London last night.

As part of her role as Royal Patron of East Anglian Children’s Hospices, the Duchess showed her support for the remake of the 1980s musical hit for charity. 

Showing in the Theatre Royal on Drury Lane - which features award-winning singer Sheena Easton and is directed by Mark Bramble - it aims to raise £10 million. 

Wearing New York-based label Marchesa Notte, paired with scarlet pom-pom earrings by Oscar de la Renta and suede pumps, the Duchess looked impeccable. 

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The Duchess, who was appointed her role as Royal Patron for EACH in 2012, assisted in launching the appeal for the new Norfolk hospice The Nook, which the musical remake is in aid of, in 2014. 

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The American brand are renowned for their red carpet worthy gowns.

It’s the first time the Duchess has worn a piece from Marchesa’s diffusion line.