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Kate Middleton makes Dynasty: Duchess of Cambridge launches photo contingents in 80s-style shoulder pads


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Kate Middleton makes Dynasty: Duchess of Cambridge launches photo contest with video promo in 80s-style shoulder pads … just like Joan Collins

  • The Duchess wore a crepe tuxedo with shoulder pads by Alexander McQueen
  • She also wore pearl earrings and had shiny & # 39; brondette & # 39; Highlights in the hair
  • The king started the competition "Nature Photographer of the Year"

It is the annual launch pad for breathtaking images of animals showing the best of nature.

And the Duchess of Cambridge ushered in this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition – she wore shoulder pads that seemed straight from the classic soap dynasty of the 1980s.

38-year-old Kate, who will announce the competition's winner in a virtual awards ceremony tonight, appeared in front of television cameras in a video filmed in the Hintze Hall of the Natural History Museum in London.

The Duchess of Cambridge announced this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in a video filmed in the Hintze Hall of the Natural History Museum

The Duchess of Cambridge announced this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in a video filmed in the Hintze Hall of the Natural History Museum

Stepping out in front of television cameras, 38-year-old Kate wore a padded black tuxedo jacket that resembled the appearance of Joan Collins as Alexis Carrington in the classic soap dynasty of the 1980s

Stepping out in front of television cameras, 38-year-old Kate wore a padded black tuxedo jacket that resembled the appearance of Joan Collins as Alexis Carrington in the classic soap dynasty of the 1980s

With tumbling curls and the padded black tuxedo jacket – similar to the look of Joan Collins as Alexis Carrington in Dynasty – she spoke warmly about the photo competition.

Alexander McQueen's crepe tuxedo with satin lapels is a Kate favorite, who also wore pearl earrings and had shiny “brondette” highlights in her hair.

Founded in 1964, the museum's competition is the world's longest-running and most prestigious annual animal photography award.

The patroness of the museum, Kate, described the winning photos as "really spectacular".

The patroness of the museum, Kate, will announce the winner of the competition, selected from over 49,000 entries from around the world, in a virtual award ceremony tonight

The patroness of the museum, Kate, will announce the winner of the competition, selected from over 49,000 entries from around the world, in a virtual award ceremony tonight

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She added, “I was fortunate enough to have a quick preview and I can say it is really spectacular.

I can't wait for you all to see it. & # 39;

The winning images, selected by a panel of experts from over 49,000 entries from around the world, will be on display at the museum on Friday before touring the UK and internationally.

The ceremony can be viewed on YouTube at 8 p.m. tonight.

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