Here's a sweet sight to brighten a drizzly day: Kate Middleton and Prince William taking a trip to the cinema. Aww! BUT this isn't a romantic date as part of their wedding anniversary celebrations – the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are taking a special trip to the British Film Institute at Southbank for the UK premiere of 'African Cats'.
Why? you may well ask. Well, Wills has been a Royal Patron of the Tusk Trust conservation charity since 2005 and the Disney documentary – which tells the story of a family of cheetahs and a pride of lions – hopes to raise awareness and funds. What good Cambridges they are! They're expected to join 100 children for the exclusive screening and Wills is due to give a short speech any. minute. now.
And what's Kate wearing? This grey peplum dress with green jewels on the collar and sleeves is by our very own Brit designer, Matthew Williamson. Hurrah!
During the Princes' trip to the Falklands earlier this year, we didn't get one glimpse of the royal couple together so it's a right old treat to see them reunited (praise be for those genius waxworks that kept us going). The Duchess did a marvellous job at representing the duo in her husband's absence, stepping out in a green coat dress by Emilia Wickstead on St Patrick's Day, playing a spot of hockey in a pair of colour-popping jeans and nailing her first public speech last month while wearing her mum's Reiss dress. So what do you make of her latest ensemble? Answers in the box below please...