The Duchess of Cambridge looked typically stunning on Friday evening, as she attended the Royal Variety Performance, at Palladium Theatre in London, accompanied by her husband, Prince William. The Royal Variety Performance is held every year, with members of the royal family taking it in turns to attend. This is William and Kate's second time; they attended in 2014 when the Duchess was expecting Princess Charlotte.
The glowing royal, who is expecting her third child, seemed to be in great spirits and sported a radiant, fresh pregnancy glow as she stepped out wearing a stunning bespoke ice blue Jenny Packham gown, very reminiscent of the one worn by Queen Elsa in popular children's film Frozen. Kate accessorised her gorgeous dress with her Oscar de la Renta heels, which she has previously worn.
Kate wore a stunning bespoke Jenny Packham gown
The 35-year-old mother-of-two, who has suffered with severe morning sickness, looked to be back on excellent form at the event. She appeared fresh and ready for the eventful evening of entertainment, following her appearance at the Queen and Prince Philip's 70 years of marriage celebratory family dinner at Windsor castle on 20 November, and also her day of engagements a few days later in Birmingham, where she visited the Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull Manufacturing Plant, and Aston Villa Football Club.
She accessorised her look with a silver clutch and Oscar de la Renta heels
The mother Princess Charlotte and Prince George sported fresh, glowing skin which was enhanced with natural make-up, and showed off her radiant glow. Her luscious, brunette tresses were styled voluminously, and her curls looked full and immaculately coiffed.
It's the first time the Duchess has worn this ice blue creation
The dress differs from the design she wore the last time she attended the high profile event in 2014, where she wore a long black gown with full-length lace sleeves by Diane von Furstenberg. She accessorised with topaz hoop earrings and wore her rich brunette locks in in a glamorous low chignon.