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On Sunday evening, Kate Garraway appeared during the event Pride of Britain Awards, looking amazing in her Stine Goya dress.

The Pride of Britain Awards in an annual ceremony takes place in the United Kingdom. The ceremony is to honor the British who acted extraordinarily in challenging situations by Carol Vorderman. Some wide range of celebrities involved in the event including Richard Branson, Simon Cowell, Christine Bleakley, Fiona Phillips, Richard Wallace, Aled Jones, and Eamonn Holmes.

The first award event was held at the Dorchester Hotel in May 1999 in London. The venue changed to The London Studios in 2000 and relocated to the Grosvenor House Hotel from 2011. The Pride of Britain was organized with Good Morning Britain, Lidl, Daily Mirror, ITV, and The Prince’s Trust.

Kate’s floral frock is Stine Goya’s collection of Niki Daffodil worth £330, but the design is available on By Rotation for a rent price of £8 per day. You can buy some fantastic collections of Stine Goya at discounted rates on the official page of The Outnet.

The presenter who rented the outfit to Kate from the fashion platform By Rotation appeared during a special meeting of pre-recording with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The presenter of Good Morning Britain paired the dress up with nude heels and gorgeously blew dried her blonde hair, and she indeed carried her protective face mask.

Recently, Kate shared her gratitude through a post about her meeting with the royal couple, Kate Middleton and Prince William, in a social media post. She captioned the picture, “it was an incredible honor to meet with @kensingtonroyal as they contribute to the extraordinary frontline heroes @nhsscotland and @nhsengland who have risked their lives against the global pandemic #covid_19.”

Kate also thanked the Daily Mirror and Pride of Britain. She encouraged people to join the campaign to tribute Britain’s heroes and tagged IT in the post.

The publication also shared conversations between Kate and Cambridges; Prince William told her that she is doing great, and if it were not the time of social distancing, they both would hug her.

Stine Goya is a Danish fashion designer. After her name, she founded her brand, whose signature style is colorful sculptural clothing with distinctive eye-catching patterns. She modeled for Valentina Becher and Chanel for three years from 2000. She completed her degree in fashion designing from a reputed fashion design school Central Saint Martins in London. Goya later worked as a fashion editor for the Cover Magazine, which is a Danish fashion magazine. She won the prestigious Elle Style Awards Brand in 2017.

Goya’s Niki Daffodil is a dark indigo blue wrap with yellow and violet floral print. The dress’s full body is lined, and its semi-sheer long sleeves are cuffed at the bottom, and the dress falls below the knee.

During the Pride of Britain Awards, the trio, Kate and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posed outside London’s St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. Kate described the meeting as a great honor for her.

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