The Duchess of Cambridge was back to her royal duties last night following Prince George’s christening earlier this week.
Kate swapped her cream Alexander McQueen suit for a stunning navy Jenny Packham gown at the charity gala held in Kensington Palace.
The 31-year-old, who was the guest of honour at the event, chose a soft, figure-skimming dress by the British designer that perfectly showcased her slender frame.
Kate’s trademark locks were blow dried to perfection (as always) and the Duchess stuck to her old reliable beauty regime of a smoky eye and nude lips.
Mother-of-one Kate attended the charity fundraiser solo as a patron of the drugs charity Action on Addiction but was happy to talk about the previous day’s festivities.
Three-month old Prince George was christened at St. James’ Palace on Wednesday and his proud mum told guests he had been “such a good boy”.
As the little prince was reportedly fast asleep when she left, we wonder if Prince William had been given daddy duties for the night?
Despite becoming a mum, Kate has shown no signs of changing her iconic classic style.
Since having George in July, the Duchess has stepped out in Jenny Packham’s designs three times – most notably when she left St. Mary’s hospital the day after giving birth.
She chose another of her favourite designers, Alexander McQueen, for the little prince’s christening.
Forget the tracksuit bottoms and hoodies, Kate’s sticking with couture.