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The Duchess of Cambridge was seen giggling during her visit to Dundee on Tuesday, after coming face-to-face with one of Christopher Kane's more outlandish designs.
Kate, who is known as the Countess of Strathearn when in Scotland, couldn't suppress her laughter as she was shown the 'lovers lace' dress, which formed part of Kane's Autumn/ Winter 2015 collection depicting the human form.
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The collection of dresses were hotly-debated following their release almost four years ago, and have been worn by the likes of Alexa Chung and FKA Twigs- who famously sported a dress from the line, which featured a ****.
A blushing Kate and William were seen smiling as they enjoyed a private tour in the the city's new V&A museum as part of their first royal engagement of the year, which saw them officially open Scotland's first design museum.
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In a nod to her Scottish hosts, Kate wore a recycled Alexander McQueen bespoke coat, which she was previously seen wearing on a visit to St Andrew's in November 2012 and on Christmas Day at Sandringham in 2013.
The mother-of-three paired the coat with black gloves to ward off the cold, a pair of block heels and a £452.20 Manu Atelier crossbody bag, hair styled in her signature bouncy blow dry.
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The duchess was seen beaming during her visit to the museum, but judging by her delighted reaction it was Christopher Kane's daring design that particularly caught her eye.
The dress, made from 'lovers lace', features semi-sheer panels to the side and a silver creased skirt with a 3D overlay of a blue and white naked couple embracing, their body shapes visible in the expertly designed cut-out.
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The designer released a host of dresses as part of his 2015 A/W collection, which were first seen on the catwalk during London Fashion Week in February...
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