The ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’ Premiere was an unexpected tribute to the life of Mandela as news broke of his death immediately after the film. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge who attended the premiere paid tribute to the world leader, alongside Idris Elba and Mandela’s daughter Zindzi.
The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a cream Roland Mouret dress, as seen before at a Claridges Dinner in 2012.
The Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke of Cambridge expected to watch a film about a world leader but ended the evening with the sad news that he had passed away.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked svelt in a fitted cream dress with a monochrome twist of black accessories.
Idris Elba and Naomie Harris co-star in the Mandela biopic paying tribute to the life and work of Nelson Mandela.
Idris Elba is the man chosen to portray Nelson in the film having endured serious prosthetics to create a likeness.
Naomie Harris looked stunning in a floor length black dress with gold peplum detailing.
Zindzi Mandela, Nelson Mandela’s daughter, was unaware of her father’s condition on entering the London premiere.
Zindzi Mandela chose a one-shoulder black gown with a sheer sleeve and ornate gold detailing.
Tony Kgoroge obeyed the red carpet dress code in a smart black suit and coordinating black tie.
Richard E Grant showed up to the new Mandela film, which will act as a fitting tribute to the late world leader.
Naomie Harris certainly caught the cameras’ attention as she posed for pictures at the London premiere.
Jamelia chose a long black satin dress to walk to red carpet in the heart of London.
Idris Elba and Naomie Harris look adoringly at eachother having become good friends since working together on this film.
Idris Elba, the man of the moment, dressed to kill in a charcoal suit with a white shirt and pocket square.
Harvey Weinstein later paid tribute to the late world leader on hearing the sad news.
Kate Middleton looked chic with minimal evening make-up to match her clean cut cream dress and elegant appearance.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a full length gown with a side split.
Kate Middleton chose a dazzling necklace from high street fashion brand Zara.
Kate Middleton exits the cinema on the arm of Nelson Mandela, both new to the news of Mandela’s death.