On Monday night the curtain was finally lifted for the world premiere of the new Bond film, Spectre. The much-awaited thriller featuring Daniel Craig was given the royal seal of approval, as Prince William, his wife Kate and William's younger brother Prince Harry stepped out for the event.
The royal trio made a dazzling joint appearance, walking the red carpet in their finest.
Kate, 33, looked ravishing in a light-blue Jenny Packham gown with a sheer back. She completed her look with sparkly earrings and belt and an elegant updo.
Attending by her side was her husband William, also 33, and her 31-year-old brother-in-law Harry, who were both suited and booted for the occasion.
The royals took their seats for the screening at the Royal Albert Hall, where they were joined by 007 star Daniel Craig, villain Christoph Waltz and Bond's leading ladies Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux. Director Sam Mendes also attended the opening night of the thriller.
Hosting the red carpet arrivals were comedian David Walliams and presenters Susanna Reid and Rick Edwards.
Spectre was the second film premiere of the day for William, Kate and Harry.
Earlier that day the royals attended a creative industries-themed event run by The Charities Forum. The Forum is a group of more than 30 charities that Kate and the Princes work closely with, either as patrons or supporters.
At the event held at the BAFTA headquarters in Piccadilly, central London, William, Kate and Harry watched the premiere of Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas. As the Duke and Duchess had already watched snippets of the 30-minute film, the couple did not stay to watch the whole feature.
Kate did, however, take to the stage and took part in a very special animation, acting out a scene with a young child.
The Duchess and the Princes also took part in an arts and crafts activity where they made clay models of Shaun the Sheep alongside a group of children.