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24 March 2022, 14:35 | Updated: 25 March 2022, 09:46
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning last night as she attended a state dinner at the Governor of Jamaica's home in Kingston.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore an off-the-shoulder ruffled green Jenny Packman dress for the event, which was held at the home of the Governor of Jamaica's home in Kingston.
And while royal fans were left dazzled by Kate's ensemble for the evening, many didn't pick up on the very special details hidden within the outfit.
Firstly, Kate's emerald and diamond earrings and matching bracelet belong to the Queen and were given to her for the tour.
Another special detail from the outfit is Kate's Royal Family Honour which she wore on the left of her gown.
The Royal Family Order is a yellow ribbon which is overlaid with a pendant of the Queen.
Historically, a Royal Family Order is a decoration given from the head of a Royal Family to their female relations.
It is considered to be more of a personal memento, but it usually worn during state dinners.
The Duchess of Cambridge debuted her Royal Family Order back in October 2018 during a state dinner at Buckingham Palace.
The final detail of Kate Middleton's ensemble last night was the GVCO Star which she wore on the left side of her waist.
The Queen presented Kate with the GVCO Star on the eighth anniversary of her wedding to Prince William.
At the time, the Queen appointed her to be Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order for her services to herself and the Monarchy.