Members of the British royal family arrived in Glasgow, Scotland over the weekend for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, which will run from 31 October for two weeks, finishing on 12 November.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kicked off their COP26 events on Monday by meeting with young scouts to hear how about their "Promise to the Planet" campaign.
The Scouts are working to raise awareness of the consequences of climate change, and encouraging individual as well as collective action to address it.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge concluded their first day in Glasgow with two receptions.
The royal couple first attended a reception for the Finalists of the first Earthshot Prize Awards at the Clydeside Distillery, on the sidelines of the COP26 summit.
Later that evening, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall at a reception to mark the opening day of the COP26 summit at the Scottish Event Campus, which saw Her Majesty The Queen address the assembled delegates via a recorded message.
The royals mingled with world leaders and delegates attending the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Tonight, The Duchess debuted a blue midi coat dress by Eponine London. The design is from the label's Spring/Summer ’20 Couture collection and is price on application.
It appears Kate added another Emmy London 'Natasha' clutch to her collection. This one rendered in midnight suede to coordinate with her Rupert Sanderson 'Malory' pumps.
She accessorized with her Kiki McDonough blue topaz and diamond earrings.
She topped of the ensemble with her Codebreakers Poppy Brooch which she first wore for the 2019 Remembrance Sunday service.
The Duchess of Cambridge was at the BAFTA headquarters in central London this morning to deliver a keynote address to launch the "Taking Action on Addiction" campaign led by the Forward Trust.
The Duchess became royal patron of the charity in June, and this new initiative is a long-term campaign which will work to improve awareness and understanding of addiction.
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This evening, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the first-ever Earthshot Prize awards at Alexandra Palace in London.
The Duchess looked glamorous as she stepped out on the green carpet in her lilac Alexander McQueen gown.
We first saw the Grecian-inspired gown a decade ago at a Los Angeles BAFTA gala during the 2011 North American tour (shown below).
The Duchess swapped the original sequined belt (top pic) for a beaded one this evening (bottom pic).
The belt appears to be a slimmer version of the Jenny Packham 'Magic' belt as seen in the designer's Bridal 2018 collection (ID by CoutureAndRoyals).
On her feet were the Oscar de la Renta Platinum Lamé Cabrina Pumps.
Kate wore her hair down and swept to one side giving off old Hollywood vibes.
She finished the look with her Kiki McDonough Morganite Double Drop Earrings.
The Earthshot Prize, founded by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has led an unprecedented global search for the most inspiring and innovative solutions to the greatest environmental challenges facing the planet. It is the most ambitious environmental prize in history and this inaugural ceremony will reflect this. An awards ceremony will take place in different cities across the world each year between 2021 and 2030 to award five winners The Earthshot Prize.
Five, one million-pound prizes were awarded tonight, with the Duchess of Cambridge announcing the final one.
The Duke and Duchess joined a video call after this evening's ceremony to congratulate the winners. To learn more about this year's winners, please visit The Earthshot Prize website.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London on Wednesday to take part in a Generation Earthshot event with students from The Heathlands School, where they generated bold ideas to protect and repair the planet.
Generation Earthshot is a global educational initiative inspired by The Earthshot Prize, founded by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
It's aimed at students aged 10+ and their teachers to unlock the potential of the next generation of inventors, innovators and leaders, and inspire in them the enthusiasm to develop new solutions to the greatest environmental challenges.
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UNIDENTIFIED: Kate wore a new pair of black wide leg trousers and black pointed toe pumps.
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