Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out to attend the Tusk Conservation Awards on Thursday – one of the prince’s kay charities for which is he a patron of.
Gorgeous Kate glowed in a teal floor-length Jenny Packham gown, which she previously wore to kick off the London 2012 Olympics.
The mum-of-three couldn’t help but smile as she stepped out alongside her doting other half, looking nothing short of sensational as she headed to the incredibly charity gala.
The Tusk Conservation Awards takes place at Banqueting House, in London, where the couple enjoyed a reception to introduce them to nominees and supporters of the conservation charity.
The ceremony itself celebrates those who work with wildlife and communities in Africa, who may otherwise go unnoticed in their fields.
Of the awards, Prince William said: “These awards which mean a great deal to me personally, play a huge part in our mission to preserve Africa’s precious wildlife for its people.
“It is vital that we recognise the dedication of these unsung heroes and the bravery of rangers risking their lives, day and night, on conservation’s frontline. We all owe them a huge debt of gratitude.”
William has been a supporter of the cause for many years, and it was one of his formal patronages beginning back in 2005.
It’s the first time that Kate has attended the awards for several years, after being pregnant with son Louis last year.
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