Kate Middleton at 'African Cats' film premiere in Matthew Williamson
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for the first time together since Prince William's recent tour of duty in the Falklands. The royal couple, who celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Sunday, attended the UK premiere of African Cats, a documentary about lions and cheetahs in Africa.
For the occasion, Kate Middleton rocked another peplum this time from Matthew Williamson's Pre-Fall 2012 collection. The chic muted grey dress took on an African theme of its own thanks to a turquoise beaded neckline and sleeves. It also featured a slim skirt, 3/4 sleeves and an exposed zip. To top off her look, the Duchess added a pair of charcoal grey suede pumps from Emmys Shoes and a matching charcoal square clutch. For her jewellery she donned her engagement ring and a set of Kiki McDonough blue topaz and diamond earrings. Her hair and make-up was as always, flawless.
Kate and Wills didn't just hit the red carpet to see a film, they are also strong supporters of the Tusk Trust of which the film is helping to raise funds for. The organisation focuses on raising money to help wide range projects across Africa to help protect wildlife, particularly endangered species.