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Royals Turn Out for Black Tie Film Screening in London

The Duchess of Cambridge recycled yet another floor-length number on Wednesday for the screening of Sir David Attenborough’s new film at Natural History Museum.

Duchess of Cambridge Temperley London

The Duchess of Cambridge in Temperley London.

Photo By Yui Mok/PA Wire/Press Association Images

COMING AROUND AGAIN: The Duchess of Cambridge recycled yet another floor-length number on Wednesday night for the black-tie screening of Sir David Attenborough’s new 3-D film at the Natural History Museum in London. The duchess, who attended the event with Prince William, wore a black lace Temperley London gown to the screening of “Natural History Museum Alive 3-D,” a high-tech TV production that shows Attenborough roaming the museum at night while the prehistoric creatures on display come to life.

The duchess, who is a patron of the museum, had worn the dress to the premiere of “War Horse” in Leicester Square last year.

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