Kate Middleton was fighting the clock when she put on her green gown for the BAFTA Awards — instead of black — and her pregnancy made a switch near impossible.
Royals expert Katie Nicholl — who wrote the book, “Kate: The Future Queen” — tells us the Duchess of Cambridge was in a “no-win situation” Sunday with her wardrobe choice. She was criticized for going against the suggested Time’s Up all-black dress code — but Nicholl says Kate’s dress was likely pre-ordered months ago and custom-made with her pregnancy in mind.
Point is … the dress would’ve been chosen way before the Time’s Up’s buzz began in late 2017, and would preclude a last-minute wardrobe change.
There’s also this — Nicholl says members of the Royal family are encouraged to avoid political statements. That could be at play, but taking a stand against sexual harassment — as tons of celebs have during award season — hardly seems like a controversial stance.