Kate Middleton, 38, looked gorgeous tonight in a smart outfit as she announced the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards 2020 at the Natural History Museum. This years event was virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic and the Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in her full black outfit.
Kate tucked her tight top into her black cigarette trousers which she belted with a crocodile effect belt.
The Anderson’s Croc-effect leather belt, which is stocked on high-end fashion websites like Net-A-Porter, retails for a whopping £98.
Her favourite Alexander McQueen trousers are one of Kate’s favourites and retail for around £500.
For accessories, Kate kept things very simple by skipping a necklace and bracelet and let her statement earrings do the talking.
Kate’s signature bouncy waves are a staple to any of her looks and tonight was no different.
Her loose brown locks fell just over her shoulders with the two front pieces curled away from her face to reveal her stunning earrings.
Opting for a soft glamorous makeup look, The Duchess chose a brown smokey eye with her classic strong eyebrows.
Her contour was strong and she completed the look with a peach blush and a pink nude lip.
In the announcement video the Duchess awarded the winner of the award and said: “It’s with great pleasure that I can announce this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year to Sergey Gorshkov for his image, the embrace,” a powerful photo of a tiger.