Every Photo from Kate Middleton and Prince William's Glam Night at Tusk Awards

Prince William and Kate Middleton stepped out for a glam date night on Thursday.

The royal parents left their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, at home at Kensington Palace to attend a gala for one of the prince’s key charities, Tusk.

The Tusk Conservation Awards took place at Banqueting House in London, where Will and Kate enjoyed a reception to introduce them to nominees in the annual awards and supporters of the conservation charity.

Kate chose a gown that has been in her closet for years: a teal floor-length gown with lace cap sleeves and a belted waist by Jenny Packam. 

The stunning dress made its debut back in 2012 — over a year before the birth of the couple’s first child! — for a gala at the Royal Albert Hall hosted by the British Olympic Association.

Princess Kate completed the look with a matching clutch and a braided updo over six years ago. For Thursday’s event, she wore her hair loose in her signature blowout — but also appeared to use the exact same purse.

Meanwhile, Prince William looked dapper at the Tusk Conservation Awards in a classic tuxedo and black bow tie, accented with a red poppy worn in remembrance of those who have lost their lives in war.

After presenting three awards William, 36, gave a short speech.

It is the first time that Princess Kate, 36, has attended the awards evening for several years — last year she was pregnant with baby Louis, who was born in April. 

She first went to the awards in September 2013 — and it marked her debut public night out since she had given birth to eldest son George the previous July.

Earlier this fall, William made a short tour to three African countries, mainly to see first hand some of the conservation efforts going on — and meet those in the front line of tackling poaching and the trade in illegal wildlife.

At the reception, Kate and William chatted with fellow attendees…

…and there were smiles all around!

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