The Duchess of Cambridge stunned spectators this evening as she arrived on the red carpet of the world premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob in a floor length gown with a daring thigh high split.
Kate, 34, showed off her stunning pins in her white evening dress by a new label - Self Portrait - costing £320, which was fitted, full length and had a white crochet bodice, she wore her hair long and softly curled with a timely poppy pinned to her chest.
The stage is now set for an extraordinary showdown in the Supreme Court next month - with the fate of the country potentially at stake. The couple now run an investment firm with a reported £100million in its portfolios.
The mother-of-two watched three inspiring films made by those who have battled drink and drugs issues as part of the Recovery Street Film Festival.
The dramatic decision handed down at the High Court this morning threatened to send the Prime Minister's plans for cutting ties with Brussels into turmoil.
It sparked furious accusations that 'activist' judges are mounting a 'power grab' by siding with pro-EU campaigners against the will of the public.
But the businesswoman and former model who spearheaded the legal challenge, Gina Miller (pictured main), goaded Brexiteers by saying they should 'celebrate' the ruling. Owen Smith is back banging on about a second referendum.
Her campaign was backed by flamboyant plumbing tycoon Charlie Mullins (bottom left), the founder of Pimlico Plumbers. Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas (top centre), Lord Sales (top right) and Sir Thomas Etherton (top left) have thwarted the will of the people after ruling in favour of activist Gina Miller (bottom). And if it does go back to Parliament for a vote Brexit is as dead as a doornail.
Theresa May (bottom right) has defiantly vowed to appeal against the ruling that she cannot invoke Article 50 without a parliamentary vote - and insisted she will not let the result 'derail' her timetable for launching the two-year Brexit process by the end of March. Gina Miller, 51, (right) lives in London with her financier husband Alan, nicknamed 'Mr Hedge Fund' (together left) because he made £30 million after starting one of the City's first funds in 1997.
The mother-of-three, who was born in Guyana but grew up in Britain, became a successful City investment manager and also set up the No.1 Ladies' Investment Club for women in business.
Kate is attending in her capacity as patron of Action On Addiction, a charity that helps those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse as well as their loved ones which sympathies with the story Bowen.
Earlier this evening the mother-of-two joined former addicts for a secret engagement before attending the glamorous film premiere.