Kate Middleton has stepped out for a night at the museum in a very glam look!
Stepping out to see a vast collection of photographs at a landmark museum, the royal mum-of-three visited the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is not far from her Kensington Palace home, to preview some of the 800,000 images in the new Photography Centre of the museum.
The Duchess of Cambridge is an avid photographer, choosing photography as her thesis at the University of St. Andrews.
The duchess donned a new off-the-shoulder fitted tweed dress by Erdem that featured a deep purple belt, button detailing and a flared skirt.
Kate returned to royal duty last week after being on maternity leave since the birth of Prince Louis in April.
The event marks the first time she has visited the museum in an official capacity since becoming its first Royal Patron in March.
The 36-year-old royal toured the opening display, entitled “Collecting Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital,” and took in some of the historical prints and contemporary photography the center is showcasing. She also met with curators during her visit.