The Royal trio were out again this evening, to attend the world premiere of the new James Bond film, SPECTRE.
William, Catherine and Harry, who spent the day at BAFTA creating clay Shaun the Sheep, looked dazzling in their black tie outfits, the Duchess in a gown by Jenny Packham.
The cast and crew, including Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Lea Seydoux, Monica Bellucci and Sam Mendes, graced the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall to watch the first official screening of the film.
Also in attendance were Sam Smith, voice of the newest theme tune and Shirley Bassey, who has sung many-a Bond theme in her years; she is arguably the most enduring figure of the Bond series aside from 007 himself!
James Bond’s newest airing sees him go up against an organisation of sinister crime, headed by Christopher Waltz.
The Royal Film Performance is held annually in aid of the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund, helping those who work behind-the-scenes in UK Film and TV. The Royal presence also means that charities, chosen by William, Kate and Harry, will benefit from the evening: Shelter Box, which provides disaster relief across the world, and Save the Children were chosen by the Royals.
Inside, the Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry got to speak with the stars and crew.
William is known to be a lover of motorbikes and cars, so was no doubt excited to see the Aston Martin DB10 outside; he got to see it up close last week during the Chinese State visit with his wife.
At the last Bond film, Skyfall, The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall attended.