Hope, the blue whale skeleton, in its new Hintze Hall home.
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge
The museum first displayed Hope in 1934, 40 years after the whale was stranded in an Irish harbour.
The 35-year-old royal - who looked understated in a pale blue Preen dress and black Prada heels - delivered a speech as patron of the museum, and was among the first to view the huge 83-foot skeleton as it was hung from the ceiling in the newly refurbished Hintze Hall.
Despite being known for her impeccable style and having one of the world's most envied wardrobes, it wouldn't be unfair to note that the Duchess of Cambridge's aesthetic is often a little safe.
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The Natural History Museum has unveiled its first major refurbishment since the 1970s, transforming architect Alfred Waterhouse's Hintze Hall at the entrance to the museum.
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