Kate Middleton joined the Queen and President Trump for the NATO reception at Buckingham Palace in London on Tuesday night.
The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a £965 Emilia Wickstead dress for the high profile event to mark 70 years of the NATO alliance.
Mother-of-three Kate was pictured in the stunning ensemble – which featured a high neckline and puff sleeves – as she left her home at Kensington Palace to make her way to Buckingham Palace.
The 37 year old wore her glossy brown hair down in bouncy curls, while she wore stunning drop-down earrings as accessories.
Her make-up consisted of her trademark winged eyeliner, while she wore a slick of pretty lipstick.
Other members of the royal family at the event included the Queen and Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, as they hosted President Trump and his wife Melania, among other world leaders.
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Melania wore an eye-catching yellow dress with contrasting purple panels and matching shoes.
Kate’s husband Prince William was not present at the reception as he is away in the Middle East on an official visit.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are on a six-week break from royal engagements, along with their baby son, Archie.
It comes days after a royal expert was forced to deny claims that the Queen had dead, after she fell victim to a social media death hoax.
It was reported on Sunday night that the 93 year old monarch had died after a WhatsApp message claiming Her Majesty had passed away went viral on Twitter.
The screen shot of the WhatsApp chat saw somebody claim they had received information of the Queen’s death “from a guards reg WhatsApp group.” [sic]
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The message read: “Queens passed away this morning, heart attack, being announced 930 Am tomorrow, channel dash 0800 tomorrow in full numbers 1s.” [sic]
It continues to instruct the guard what they will need to bring with them as they prepare to work for what would be a period of national mourning.
“1 set of 3s…1 set of 4s…Underwear and socks for 2 weeks…Washing kit…Body washing kit…Cities fornstand down.”
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When one of the friends of the person that claims to have received the message suggests it is “a wind up,” they respond: “Not sure mate, just got it passed to me, they did keep the queen mothers death quiet though for 24hours [sic] ”
After the message spread across the internet, royal expert Charlie Proctor quickly took to social media himself to dispel the rumours.
He wrote to his 13,000 Twitter followers: “I see we have reached that time of year where I have to dispel rumours of HM’s passing.
“The Queen is not dead. She is alive & well and is very much looking forward to hosting President Trump and other world leaders at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday for the NATO reception.”
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