The Duchess of Cambridge has long been a royal fan of the fashion house with her Kensington Palace closet famously boasting an impressive number of his designs.
Her unwavering love affair with the label first began when the 38-year-old said "I do" in a now-famous lace gown by McQueen's successor, Sarah Burton.
Ever since, Kate has flown the British flag high for the brand on multiple high-profile occasions from Prince George's christening on October 23, 2013 to sister Pippa Middleton's nuptials on May 20, 2017.
Most recently, the Duchess of Cambridge made the headlines by re-wearing one of her McQueen gowns to the 2020 BAFTAs on February 3.
She first donned the gold and cream number during the Diamond Jubilee Tour of Malaysia back in 2012.
Creative director Sarah Burton was commissioned by the royal to create the bespoke look for a dinner with the King and Queen of the nation.
Lee Alexander McQueen passed away on February 11, 2010 after taking his own life at the age of 40.