Tonight's 100 Women in Finance gala dinner is raising money for mental health initiatives in schools.
The Duchess of Cambridge beamed as she arrived at the conference, dressed in a smart and stylish ensemble.
The Duke and Duchess attended last year's BAFTAs ceremony, when Kate was pregnant with Prince Louis, and the audience stood quiet as they entered. Although her boucle look was on point as always, much was made about her bouncy blow-dry, which was even more voluminous than usual.
Kate chose to complement her one-shouldered Alexander McQueen floor-length dress with the flawless accessory: a pair of dazzling diamond and South Sea pearl drop earrings that once belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.
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Launched by Kate past year, the "Mentally Health Schools" program is one of the legacies of the royals' Heads Together campaign, which helps teachers and school leaders better support children's mental well-being.
In true Kate fashion, she was a vision in her rosy and raspberry-colored gown.
She said: "I was very naive myself as a parent, of really just how important particularly the early years are for children's futures". "As we have heard today, it is vital that we support teachers with their own wellbeing so that they can find the best level of care for all children, in their schools and communities in which they work".