Olivia Munn
Olivia Munn defends Kate Middleton from critics for not wearing black at 2018 BAFTAs Awards. Pictured: Mumm arrives on T-Mobile's magenta carpet duirng the Showtime, WME IME and Mayweather Promotions VIP Pre-Fight Party for Mayweather vs. McGregor at T-Mobile Arena on Aug. 26, 2017 in Las Vegas. Getty Images/David Becker

Olivia Munn comes to Kate Middleton's defense over the Duchess' controversial green gown at the 22018 BAFTAs Awards.

On Sunday, Middleton graced the red carpet of BAFTAs 2018 in a forest green gown from her favorite British designer, Jenny Packham. However, many were disappointed for not seeing the royal in a black ensemble. They criticized the Duchess of Cambridge and slammed her not supporting the Time's Up movement and #MeToo campaign.

However, unlike Middleton's critics, the "X-Men: Apocalypse" star is not convinced that the royal mom should be judged according to the color of her gown.

"The Times Up dress code suggestions should not be used to ostracize or control," Munn wrote on Twitter. "What we stand for & what we fight for matters more than the color of our dress. I have a hard time believing that the Duchess of Cambridge doesn't stand beside us just because she was wearing green."

A number of Munn's followers agreed with her. They believe that the royals have their own ways of doing things.

"Yes. Please stop coming down on our allies because they don’t do feminism the EXACT way everyone wants every time," Iliza Shlesinger commented.

"If women take swipes at each other for what they wear then nothing has been learnt. Actions talk louder than a dress colour," another user added.

Some of Munn's followers also recognized Middleton's effort in helping others. Prince William's wife is an active advocate of mental health. She also supports maternal health.

"Thank you for this. Anyone who criticizes her attire clearly doesn't know Royal protocol or anything about the good work she DOES take part in. I thought this movement was about more than a dress color," Susan Storey wrote.

In related news, Middleton has easily moved on from the issue. In fact, on Monday, she stepped out with Sophie, Countess of Wessex for the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange reception. The two royals co-hosted that the event which was attended by fashion designers and artisans from 52 countries.

For the said event, Middleton donned a black and white lace floral print dress by Erdem. Meanwhile, Sophie sported a black dress with red detailing designed by Burberry.

On Wednesday, Middleton and Prince William are set to visit Sunderland to open the music and arts hub at The Fire Station. Next week, Middleton will visit St. Thomas' Hospital to launch Nursing Now campaign.