Kate Middleton Defies BAFTA Film Awards 2018's 'Time's Up' Dress Code
Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton surprised everyone with her decision to wear forest green instead black supporting 'Time's Up' Campaign. (Photo Credits: BAFTA/Instagram)

New Delhi, February 19: Kate Middleton arrived at the 71st British Academy Film Awards in an olive green Jenny Packham gown, standing out from the crowd dressed in black. The majority of attendees wore black after a letter circulated inviting guests to do so in support of the 'Time's Up' initiative, and many sported pins as a sign of solidarity with the victims of sexual assault. BAFTA Awards 2018 Complete Winners List: Names of Movies and Actors Who Won Big at 71st British Academy Film Awards.

However, the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge followed royal convention and went for a neutral option as she accompanied Prince William, who is president of BAFTA, to the ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall, London.

Middleton, whose look was reminiscent of the inky-blue Jenny Packham gown she donned for the dinner in New York, finished her look with her Prada wavy cut-out suede heels and a Pretty Ballerinas clutch bag. The dress code black-out follows that of the Golden Globes in January and white roses for the Grammys.