Kate Middleton turned heads in a rose-pink ball gown that made her look like a Disney princess

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  • Kate Middleton wore a rose-pink ball gown to the 100 Women in Finance Gala in London on Wednesday.
  • She paired the Disney princess-like ball gown designed by Gucci with a maroon Prada clutch and sparkly white Oscar de la Renta shoes.
  • Middleton seemed to be channeling her inner Sleeping Beauty.
  • It’s not the first time the duchess has turned to Disney princesses for style inspiration.

Kate Middleton has been keeping her style fairly casual so far this year, but she was back to her glamorous sense of style while attending the 100 Women in Finance Gala in London on Wednesday. 

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a rose-pink ball gown that channeled her inner Disney princess. 

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The Gucci dress featured a multi-tone design made up of pink and white tulle. She paired the dress with a maroon belt, which perfectly matched her Prada clutch.

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According to the style Twitter account MiddletonMaven, the duchess paired the dress with sparkly white heels by Oscar de la Renta. 

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The dress looks somewhat like the iconic pink dress Aurora wears in Disney’s „Sleeping Beauty.“

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It’s not the first time Middleton has seemingly turned to Disney princesses for style inspiration

She had a major Cinderella moment in December 2018 while wearing a pale-blue ball gown by Jenny Packham for the Queen’s Annual Diplomatic Reception.

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The duchess channeled Elsa from „Frozen“ in another sparkly blue gown by Jenny Packham for the Royal Variety Performance in November 2017.

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Wednesday’s gala was in support of Heads Together, an initiative that Middleton helped launch in early 2018 to raise awareness and support for children’s mental wellbeing in schools.

Learn more about Heads Together here.

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