Since giving birth to her first son Prince George in July 22, Kate Middleton stepped out for her public appearance, when she attended the Tusk Conservation Awards, a UK-based African wildlife conservation charity at The Royal Society in London on Thursday, Sept.12.
Prince William is the charity’s royal patron and he attended the awards ceremony to hand over the awards to the outstanding conversation groups. For the occasion, Kate, 31, wore a sequined, slinky, floor-length dress by Jenny Peckham, who also happened to design the polka-dotted outfit Kate wore while leaving the hospital with her husband and baby boy Prince George.
Prince William, 31, reportedly said that this event is the first evening out for both him and his wife without Prince George, who is now under the care of Jessie Webb, 71, the same nanny who looked after Prince William and his brother Prince Harry as children.
Earlier on Thursday, Prince William has announced that he was leaving the RAF to focus on his royal duties, and his wife and 2-month old son, as well as in charities. Prince William joined the Sandhurst military academy as an officer cadet in 2006. After three years he took training for the search and rescue helicopter pilot and was ranked as Flight Lieutenant.
According to the military, Prince William took part in 156 search and rescue operations, and helped in rescuing 149 people. He also has over 1,300 flying hours under his belt.
Now that, Prince William is out of the military, he and his family will move into their refurbished apartment at Kensington Palace in London.