The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 39, attended the celebration in London on Sunday, October 17, donning recycled formalwear for the occasion.
The mother of three — she shares Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, with William — stepped out in a flowy lilac gown by Alexander McQueen with a beaded belt. She first wore the dress in 2011, adhering to the event’s dress code that requested guests wear environmentally conscious fashions. Duchess Kate wore her long locks down and curled, and added delicate diamond earrings for the occasion.
Her husband, for his part, looked dapper in a green velvet blazer — to match the green carpet — with a black turtleneck and trousers underneath.
William, under the leadership of the Royal Foundation, launched the Earthshot Prize earlier this year, hoping to find “the most inspiring solutions to the world’s greatest challenges” for the next decade.
“These new solutions will work on every level, have a positive effect on environmental change and improve living standards globally, particularly for communities who are most at risk from climate change,” a description on its website read. “Prizes could be awarded to a wide range of individuals, teams or collaborations – scientists, activists,…