The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a pink and white Gucci gown last night as she attended a gala dinner in London.
The event at the V&A Museum was in aid of Mentally Healthy Schools. Kate launched the website in 2018 to help primary school teachers, leaders and staff support children's wellbeing.
Meanwhile, husband William marked becoming Royal patron of a homeless charity - The Passage - by serving lunch to its clients.
Wearing an apron, the Duke of Cambridge dished out spaghetti bolognese to men and women who had patiently queued for the free lunch made by staff and volunteers at the charity's St Vincent's Centre in Westminster.
Elsewhere, the Duke of Sussex has spoken of sport's "amazing ability to change people's lives" as he kicked off a rugby charity fundraising night attended by past and present England stars.
The night was in aid of Try for Change, an England rugby programme committed to supporting disadvantaged young people, and mental health charity the Jonny Wilkinson Foundation.
Earlier, the Duchess of Cornwall marked the official launch of the newly-titled Royal Osteoporosis Society at the Science Museum in London.