Kate Middleton wore a stylish black dress for the event and let her accessories do the talking.
Kate Middleton kept her look classy this evening as she attended the theatre. The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William enjoyed a showing of Dear Evan Hansen. The charity performance at the Noel Coward Theatre in London was in aid of the Royal Foundation.
Kate wore a stylish black dress for the event and let her accessories do the talking.
The chic number fell to her mid-calf, showing off her shapely ankles.
The Duchess kept her legs nude for the event.
The black dress boasted four large buttons down the front and a simple V-neck neckline.
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Kate Middleton: The chic number fell to her mid-calf, showing off her shapely ankles
It also featured three-quarter-length sleeves.
The dress was drawn in slightly at the waist to give the number some shape.
However, it was Kate’s choice of shoes and clutch bag which truly brought the outfit to live.
For the theatre date with Prince William, the Duchess opted for a jazzy pair of high heels.
The shoes boasted a pointed toe and were silver and sparkling.
The heels matched her bag perfectly – a silver, glittering clutch.
As for jewellery, Kate’s sizeable sapphire engagement ring sparkled on her left hand.
She could also be seen wearing silver drop earrings.
Kate Middleton: The heels matched her bag perfectly – a silver, glittering clutc
The mother-of-three kept her hair loose for the charity performance.
Her thick brunette looks fell past her shoulder in a looser wave.
As ever, Kate kept her makeup natural.
Prince William was by her side in a smart navy suit and polka dot blue tie.
Dear Evan Hansen has been lauded as a thoughtful examination of mental illness and for helping to start important conversations between parents and teenagers.
Kate and William have met with some of the west-end cast before, as Marcus Harman – who plays the alternate Evan Hansen – performed at Shout’s volunteer celebration event last November.
The Duke of Cambridge is currently working on his Heads Up campaign, launched alongside The Football Association.
The campaign aims to harness the popularity of football to help reinforce the notion that mental health is just as important as physical health.