The Duchess of Cambridge strolled the carpet on the arm of hubby Prince William, who is the president of the BAFTAs, showing off her baby bump in the flowy, empire-waist silhouette which she styled with an emerald statement necklace and black clutch.
While the majority of those attending the British Academy of Film and Television Awards on Sunday night opted to take part in the red carpet black out to raise awareness for the Time's Up campaign against sexual harrassment, Kate wore a green dress instead, due to royal protocol.
Pippa Harris, the vice chair of Bafta, said the ceremony would be different this year, thanks to the unofficial black dress code and Joanna Lumley, its first solo female presenter in more than 20 years.
The dilemma for Kate, however, comes with the fact that she is a member of the royal family, and is therefore expected to abstain from making any political statements - even for a cause as good as fighting sexual harassment.
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The Duchess of Cambridge may have ignored the all-black memo but could her black ribbon have been an act of concession?
There was a significant reason why Kate decided not to wear black, though.
"I know the Royals aren't supposed to get involved with "protests" or anything...but would it really have been THAT bad for Kate Middleton to wear black???" wrote another.
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She said: "It's more likely we'll see an alien onscreen than we'll see an Asian woman at the moment, which is disgraceful". "That's it. Nothing more", wrote another Twitter user.