Kate Middleton attended the Royal Variety Performance on Monday night with her husband, Prince William. Just like the first two times that she attended the event, the Duchess of Cambridge stunned in her beautiful two-toned dress.

However, fans of the future Queen were not pleased with one publication dubbed Middleton’s dress as daring. NZ Herald also claimed that Prince William’s wife wore a see-through dress to the formal occasion.

On Twitter, one user questioned the publication’s credibility by saying that Middleton didn’t wear a see-through dress to the Royal Variety Performance. Rather, the Duchess of Cambridge’s dress consisted of two colors: black and beige.

The Twitter user also said that Middleton’s dress cannot be described as daring because she didn’t show off any parts of her body. In fact, the dress didn’t also feature a plunging neckline.

Meanwhile, Express also compared Middleton and Markle’s Royal Variety Performance looks with each other. Last year, the Duchess of Sussex wore a sequined halter top by Safiyaa to the event. At that time, Markle was also pregnant with her son, Archie.

Prince Harry’s wife paired her asymmetrical peplum-styled dress with her floor-length black skirt and black box bag and snowflake earrings. Middleton, on the other hand, was likened to Elsa from “Frozen” when she attended the performance two years ago.

At that time, the mom of three donned a floor-length power blue dress by Jenny Packham to the show. The one-sleeved dress was stunning embellishments such as sequins, diamonds, and flowers.

Middleton paired her stunning gown with her Oscar de la Renta heels and the Queen’s diamond earrings. And in 2014, she went for a more formal and more demure look when she attended the Royal Variety Performance for the first time.

At that time. Middleton’s black dress was designed by Diane von Furstenberg, and it featured a nipped waist and a boat neck. The Duchess of Cambridge also tied her hair at the back of her nape to accentuate her diamond earrings.

Kate Middleton and Prince William Prince William and Kate Middleton journey by carriage to Buckingham Palace following their marriage at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011, in London. Getty Images/Sean Gallup