Catherine joined her husband Prince William at the Tusk Conservation Awards at Banqueting House, in London, along with celebrities including the Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood. For that event, she wore her hair in a polished updo and appeared to be carrying the same clutch.Getty ImagesIndigo/Getty ImagesKate has been getting back to her royal duties after welcoming her third child - son, Louis - in April.
The Duchess first wore the floor-length gown at a British Olympic event in 2012.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge became royal patrons of Tusk in 2005, a charity dedicated to the protection of African wildlife, empowering communities and advancing the fight against the illegal wildlife trade.
While the image only shows little Louis in profile as he happily reaches towards his grandfather, it's a no-brainer that he's as cute as can be in a white shirt and blue shorts.
NOW. The happy couple.
In fact, one royal correspondent claims Charles' kids are "control freaks" about their coverage, and says that Kate and William in particular are known for purposefully not looking at a "fixed point" when having their picture taken-making it hard for photographers to get good images of them.
All drew attention to the neckline of the dress Middleton - she usually prefers a more restrained manner, but this time chose to make a bold accent.