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The Game Awards Has A “World Premiere” It’s Been Working On With A Dev For 2.5 Years, And One Guess Is Zelda

“Zelda has a Game Awards history”.

The Game Awards is just around the corner and a number of Nintendo titles across multiple categories are in the running to win awards. Perhaps the highlight of the lot is Metroid Dread, which is up for Game of the Year.

The show isn’t just about awards, though. It’s also about the announcements and once again, host and organiser Geoff Keighley is drumming up excitement on social media about what’s to come. In his latest post on Twitter, he teases a “world premiere” the team has been working on with a developer for 2.5 years.

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Kate Middleton’s iconic Jenny Packham gown from Bond premiere up for sale at hefty price

Royal fans looking to snatch the Duchess’ golden look can now buy the iconic gown as a part of designer Jenny Packham’s new 007 capsule collection. The golden sequined gown with a plunging neckline and dramatic cape was inspired by the Bond girl in the 1964 film Goldfinger – Jill Masterson.

The Jenny Packham dress is currently on sale for $ 5,488 at Neiman Marcus.

However, Kate’s stunning dress is not the only 007-inspired gown up for grabs.

The British designer created seven other looks inspired by the iconic spy franchise including Ms Packham’s original designs which make an appearance in “Die Another Day” and “Casino Royale”.

Announcing her glamorous spy sidekick collection, Ms Packham spoke about the inspiration she drew from the films.

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The film was delayed over a year due to the Covid pandemic and was finally released to UK cinemas last Thursday.

Kate and Prince William graced the red carpet alongside the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

While Kate opted for a dress inspired by Jill Masterson, William wore a suit worthy of Mr Bond himself.

No Time To Die will be the last movie featuring Daniel Craig as 007.

The film star met the Duchess of Cambridge and was just as impressed with Kate’s outfit as many fans, telling her: “You look jolly lovely.”

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Next James Bond: Tom Hardy and Idris Elba steam ahead after No Time To Die premiere

NEXT JAMES BOND: The next 007 actor could have already been picked out by punters as a flurry of bets have been placed on a number of British actors to take over from Daniel Craig following No Time To Die. But will the next Bond be a male actor, or will Eon break ground with a female actor?

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Kate and William out for union-boosting NI visit hours after dazzling at Bond premiere

Kate and Prince William arrived in Northern Ireland this morning, hours after they attended the glitzy premiere of the latest film in the James Bond series No Time To Die at the Royal Albert Hall in London. This marked the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Derry-Londonderry. 

The couple was welcomed to the nation by the Northern Ireland Office’s official Twitter account. 

It wrote on social media: “Delighted to welcome Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Northern Ireland.

“They can be assured of a very warm welcome!” 

Kate and William also shared a message on Twitter, in which they couldn’t hide their excitement ahead of a day jam-packed with meetings. 

Kensington Palace tweeted: “It’s great to be back in Northern Ireland for a day in Derry-Londonderry hearing from young people about how life has been during the pandemic and meeting organisations working across communities.” 

After arriving at Ulster University’s Magee Campus, the Cambridges met nursing, medical and paramedic science students as well as staff. 

Among the people they spoke to today, there were some of the nursing students who took part in a video call with Their Royal Highnesses in February. 

At the time, they heard more about the students’ experiences during the coronavirus pandemic, the impact the Covid crisis had had on them and discussed their working placements on the frontline as part of the COVID-19 response in Northern Ireland. 

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Today, Kate and William heard how these students have progressed at university over the past few months.

Moreover, they saw the only specially designed simulated ambulance available in the region.

This ambulance, built on the campus, helps the students who are attending the first year of the newly-launched BSc Hons Paramedic Science Programme in Northern Ireland.

This course, which only started last week, is offered by the university to support the development of the paramedic profession in the nation. 


Afterwards, Kate and William met the first cohort of medical students accepted into the university’s School of Medicine, launched this year to supply to the nationwide shortage in the medical workforce.

This school aims at training the next generation of doctors to work in Northern Ireland and across the country.

This state-of-the-art institution has received a £1million investment and boasts high-tech and high-spec facilities.

While on campus, Kate and William also attended the “Culture Shock” event hosted by the Student Union.  

There, they sampled whiskey, wheaten bread and the iconic Tayto crisps. 

Moreover, they were taught some “local expressions” by the cheerful students eager to meet the royals. 

This trip to Northern Ireland came a few hours after William and Kate donned a black tuxedo and glittering golden cape gown as they met cast and writers of 25th Bond film. 

Today, the Duke and Duchess wore outfits more appropriate for the engagement. 

William donned a dark blue jacket and casual trousers with a dark tie. 

Kate wore a plum power suit on top of a black high-neck shirt, and accessorised her look with a dark coloured clutch bag and heels.   

Kate and William have visited Northern Ireland a few times over the past months. 

The Duchess travelled to the nation in February 2020, as she was promoting her nationwide survey on the early years – Five Big Questions on the Under-Fives. 

The Duke paid a special visit to frontline workers and emergency staffers in Belfast in September to praise them for the continuous work. 

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