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A match made in royal fashion heaven: All the times Duchess Catherine wore Jenny Packham and left us breathless

Some of the gowns are so nice she wore them twice.

By Maddison Leach
There's no questioning Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's status as a royal fashion icon and her long relationship with British designer Jenny Packham helped get her there.
After marrying Prince William in the royal wedding of the century in 2011, Catherine made the British label a staple in her wardrobe.
From galas to film premieres and day-to-day royal duties, the duchess had been snapped in Jenny Packham designs more times than we can count.
Most recently, she attended the world premiere of the James Bond film No Time To Die in a glittering gold gown from the label that sent the internet into an absolute frenzy.
But her embellished frock at the red carpet event is just one in a long line of Jenny Packham outfits Catherine has worn that took our breath away.
Duchess Catherine wore a sparkling gold Jenny Packham design this week. (Getty)
Design house Jenny Packham, named for its designer, was started in 1988 and initially specialised in bridal gowns, before branching out.
Now designing everything from bespoke frocks, to ready-to-wear gowns, resort styles, accessories and lingerie, there's not much they don't do.
As for Catherine, she's favoured ready-to-wear frocks and many a bespoke style from the design house, helping put Jenny Packham's name on the map of luxe British fashion.
In hour of the royal's long-running relationship with the designer, we're looking back at some of Catherine's best moments in Jenny Packham.

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