The gorgeous Duchess of Cambridge looked sensational in a check grey dress with belt detail, as she stepped out to open the Victoria and Albert Museum’s new Photography Centre on Wednesday evening.
It’s her first visit to the museum as Royal Patron, which was confirmed in March.
Kensington Palace stated Kate’s patronage furthers her “interest in the visual arts, photography and design.”
Kate is there to open the display at the Photography Centre, which is entitled Collecting Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital.
It explores photography from invention, to the present day.
Prints, negatives and equipment will all be displayed to tell the story of international photography from the very beginning, with Paul McCartney’s daughter donating 13 of her own photos to the long-awaited exhibition.
Kate only recently returned to work following maternity leave, resuming her work on Tuesday, 2 October.
In her first engagement since returning, Kate and Prince William – the parents of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – stepped out to attend the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit in London.
The inaugural summit brought together the world’s political leaders and innovators to share the most effective and innovative approaches to mental health disabilities.
Brunette Kate stunned in a purple knee-length Emilia Wickstead dress, paired with nude heels and a chic handbag.
Prince William, 36, was dapper in a suit and tie, as he walked into County Hall London with his wife.