Kate Middleton Recycled a Teal Jenny Packham Gown at the Tusk Conservation Awards
Even though Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had a quiet week since they completed their whirlwind 16-day tour of the Oceania region, the rest of the royal family has stayed busy back in London. Today, Prince William and Duchess Kate are attending an event in London: the Tusk Conservation Awards.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning for the evening occasion. She wore a teal lace dress by Jenny Packham with cap sleeves and a beaded belt, and she carried a matching teal clutch. See photos of her full ensemble here:
Kate has worn the elegant dress before, including to a gala at Royal Albert Hall back in 2012:
Tusk Conservation Awards are particularly meaningful to Prince William, who has made conservation one of his primary focuses as a working royal. The Duke is the royal patron of Tusk, an organization that supports conservation efforts for land and threatened species throughout Africa. Will and Kate have supported Tusk for a number of years, and even attended the annual Conservation Awards back in 2013.
For that evening, the Duchess wore a glittering gown by the same designer she's wearing tonight, Jenny Packham:
The royal family has a busy agenda this weekend as they honor Remembrance Day, a holiday in the United Kingdom to recognize lives and memories of fallen troops. On Saturday, the Queen, Will, Kate, Harry, and Meghan will attend the Royal Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall, and on Sunday the royals will attend another service at The Cenotaph.