When Kate Middleton walked down the aisle to marry Prince William in Alexander McQueen , we should've known one of the great modern fashion pairings was being made. Ever since the gown heard 'round the world, the duchess has kept up appearances . . . in, of course, McQueen (including a very special recent appearance with the newest man in her life). We predict it's a twosome that'll go the distance.
The most recent McQueen and Kate spotting? The proper dress that perfectly matched Prince George's christening gown .
For a dinner with Malaysia's head of state, Kate chose a gold and white style that moved gracefully as she walked.
Looking every inch the perfect British style icon, she picked a demure lace sheath for a Diamond Jubilee luncheon in early June 2012.
Bold red worked on the never-saucy Kate, who picked the color for a professional outing with husband Prince William.
We loved the stunning shade on her!
And arguably her most famous McQueen? The wedding  gown that stunned the world.
There's more white McQueen for Kate than that most famous floor-sweeper. For the Order of the Garter service, she picked a crisp style that fell above her knees.
In a more casual white pick, she ditched the ornate fascinator and dressed it down in her preferred shoe of choice: wedges.
For her American tour, Kate packed the McQueen, too! It was a pale lavender dress for the BAFTA's "Brits to Watch" event in Los Angeles.
She's turned to the designer for more casual events, too. We adore the preppy-nautical spin this two-piece look gave off.
She picked a velvet number for the Sun Military Awards in London with husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry.
As Prince William fulfilled some military duties, Kate got into the theme of things, picking a double-breasted McQueen dress.
She did a similar look before, albeit a more casual one, in a blouse and double-breasted skirt.
The separates were a perfect pair with matching gold buttons.
Kate's sporting McQueen? Dark green plaid, of course.
To celebrate the queen's birthday, Kate picked a pale pink coat by her beloved label.