The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dazzled at last night’s Tusk Conservation Awards at the London Banqueting House.
The doting pair looked as happy as ever as they arrived at the event.
Kate wore a stunning Jenny Packham gown. The floor-length sea-green gown is a firm favourite of the Duchess, who previously wore it at a gala event at the Royal Albert Hall in 2012.
William looked dashing in a slick tuxedo.
Onlookers commented on just how calm and happy Kate and William looked as they entered the venue.
William has worked closely with Tusk for many years. The prince became Royal Patron of Tusk in December 2005.
The Tusk Awards celebrate the extraordinary work of individuals who are protecting endangered wildlife in Africa.
Kate and William met all the award nominees and supporters of Tusk before the award ceremony took place.
The parents have been easing themselves back into royal engagements since the birth of their third child Prince Louis.
Kate gave birth to their son Prince Louis on April 23, 2018, at St Mary's Hospital, London.
The mum-of-three returned to her royal duties after five months maternity leave with a special visit to a forest school in Paddington at the beginning of October.
It’s great to see the mum looking happier and healthier than ever.
The Duchess will join husband Prince William and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at a very special royal engagement on Saturday evening. The Royals will attend the Festival of Remembrance Service at the Royal Albert Hall.
Feature Image: Chris Jackson