Kate Middleton continues to stun everybody with the fashion choices. The most recent is a floor length floral gown that she wore during Tuesday evening’s black tie gala in London.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked fashionably gorgeous during the black tie event to celebrate the 100 Women in Hedge Funds, E!News reported. The 100 Women in Hedge Funds is a non-profit organization for women professionals in the investment industry. The non-profit group helps to raise funds for charities that support women, family health and programs on education and mentorship.

During the gala, Princess Kate wore a boldly colored red, white and blue floral gown by designer Erdem. The royal mother of two accentuated the gown with a black clutch, along with a pair of dangling earring and bracelet. According to Vanity Fair, the glamorous diamond-and-sapphire earrings belonged to the Queen Mother. 

The past few days has been very busy for Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother. Prior to attending the black tie gala, Princess Kate visited Islington Town Hall to support Charity U.K., a charity which supports and mentors children with behavioral disabilities, Hollywood Reporter reported. During her visit, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a chic Orla Kiely gray dress with black floral embellishments. Princess Kate, who is known to wear fashion ensembles, which she wore in previous events, first wore the gray dress in 2012.

On Monday, Princess Kate also attended the special sneak peek screening of Aardman's “Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas” in a “Meg Space” dress, People magazine reported. The Duchess, alongside husband Prince William and royal brother-in-law Prince Harry, participated in the activities lined up during Monday’s screening held during the Charities Forum, a bi-annual event that gathers the 30 charitable organizations that the three royals support.

Prince William and Prince Harry even competed in a friendly round of “welly wanging” during Monday’s event, a game where the two brothers used a rubber boot to take aim at a target. In that round, Prince William was declared the champion.