On Monday, the Prince and Princess of Wales attended a special event at BAFTA ahead of the launch of Kate Middleton's Shaping US campaign, which the royal then teased over the weekend.
Looking as stunning and stylish as ever, the mother-of-three wore a vibrant va-va- voom suit by go-to designer, Alexander McQueen, and her famous hair looked glossy as ever as it draped over her shoulders. Immaculately natural makeup highlighted her pretty features.
Kate surely proves that the suit trend is here to stay.
The royal pair were joined by one of the campaign's celebrity champions, Rochelle Humes, as well as members of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood's Advisory Group, and representatives from the early years sector.
Her work with the Shaping Us is a new long-term campaign from The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood which aims to transform the issue from one of scientific interest to one of the most strategically important topics of our time.
Headed up by the Princess, with support from a range of high-profile figures from the world of media, music, science and sports, the campaign will begin with the release of a short film, highlighting how babies and children develop in response to their earliest experiences.
The public last saw the 41-year-old on Thursday when she headed to a foodbank in Windsor.