Kate Middleton stuns wearing Marchesa Notte at Royal Gala Performance of '42nd Street'
Kate Middleton was present during the Opening Night Royal Gala performance of 42nd Street in her role as Royal Patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH). The Duchess of Cambridge has been noticeable as she stuns in her Marchesa Notte dress. The event was also attended by Hollywood stars in help for charity fund raising for a hospice.
According to Vogue, Kate Middleton looks astounding as she wears a brilliant red Marchesa Notte dress at the Opening Night Royal Gala performance of 42nd Street. Her outfit is a tea-length, cap-sleeved dress which highlight is a delicate honeycomb design and balletic layers of tulle for intensified drama. The dress also has a touch of sparkle as it has been partnered wilt crystal beaded belt and a Kate Spade tassel earrings brought additional oddity. The Duchess of Cambridge has paired her gorgeous dress with wine-red stilettos which really harmonized with her outfit.
Furthermore, BBC has noticed that aside from the Kate Middleton the event was also filled with Hollywood stars like Morgan Freeman, DJ Sara Cox and Dame Esther Rantzen. It was also noted that the show was based on a 1933 film that is about a young performer in Depression-era New York who obtains an opportunity in becoming a star.
For reference, the head of the show's cast was Sheena Easton, a Scottish-born which makes her West End debut. Her role is a variable star whose debility will let an unknown chorine that was played by Clare Halse, to take center stage from her. Additionally, its co-producer Michael Grade stated that the musical features familiar songs like "Lullaby of Broadway," "Keep Young and Beautiful" and "We're In The Money."
The royal launch of 42nd Street is not the first showing in London as it already ran in the West End from 1984 to 1989. Way back then, Catherine Zeta Jones was the one who performed in the chorus line in 1984. Now, the musical's goal is to earn funds for a hospice in Norfolk that is called The Nook.