PRINCE William and Kate looked the picture of class and elegance at the white tie Diplomatic Corps Reception at Buckingham Palace.
The annual gala saw The King and other members of the Royal Family welcome over 500 members of the Diplomatic Corps in the State Rooms.
The future king looked suave in white tie and tails while the Princess of Wales stunned in a red jewelled Anna Valentine gown and the Lotus Flower tiara.
Originally worn by the Queen Mother, it was given to her as a necklace by her husband in 1923 before she had it changed to a headpiece.
Kate, 40, also wore a yellow brooch known as the Royal Family Order, given to relatives “reward for their service to the royal family”.
On the brooch is a picture showing a young Queen Elizabeth II.
King Charles III greeted guests alongside The Queen Consort – who dazzled in the late Queen’s diamond and sapphire tiara.
She chose the sparkly combo for the South African state banquet last month and topped it off with an Anna Valentine gown like Kate.
It comes as Netflix fibbers Harry and Meghan were spotted for the first time since the release of two explosive adverts for their new docuseries.
They attended the 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award Gala in New York to collect a prize for work advancing “equity, justice, and human rights”.
The California-based duo flew to the event in a private jet, then hopped in a convoy of three SUVs, accompanied by five security guards
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, donned a strapless white dress with long sleeves while hubby Prince Harry, 37, looked dapper in a slick dark suit.
The Sussexes – alongside Ukrainian President Zelensky – have been praised as “exemplary leaders” and honoured for “unwavering commitment to social change”.
At least four images promoting the controversial docuseries are not what they seem, while one other has been selectively edited.
Three episodes of the highly anticipated £88 million Harry & Meghan six part series will be released on Thursday December 8, with the rest on December 15.