Kate Middleton has made her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to baby George.
The Duchess joined Prince William at the Tusk foundation gala dinner at The Royal Society in London last night - and she looked amazing.
New mum Kate, 31, dazzled in a glittering floor-length dress by her favourite designer, Jenny Packham.
Her hair was particularly voluminous and as always Kate kept her make-up minimal.
She completed her look with stiletto heels and minimal jewellery.
Husband Wills, 31, who is a patron of the Tusk charity, looked dapper as ever in a black tux.
The Prince made a speech at the end of the evening, which celebrated the outstanding achievements in the field of African conservation.
The couple left their newborn son at home with Kate's mum Carole as they enjoyed a rare evening out.
Their appearance came on the same day it was announced Wills is leaving the armed forces after more than seven years of full-time service.
Kensington palace confirmed he carried out his final shift as a search and rescue helicopter pilot with the RAF on Tuesday.
Wills will now focus on his duties as a royal and a charity ambassador.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford said of the Prince: "Throughout his tour, his airmanship, often in the most demanding of conditions, has contributed to saving lives in the mountains of north Wales and from the ravages of the Irish Sea.
"He has earned the respect of all who have worked with him as a highly professional and competent pilot."