The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Prince Harry were the guests of honour at Monday night's (26 October) screening of the latest James Bond movie, held at the beautiful Royal Albert Hall in London.
Kate wore a pale blue gown by her favourite designer Jenny Packham, and opted for an elegant updo rather than her usual loose waves.
The royals met with the movie's director Sam Mendes and producer Barbara Broccoli ahead of the screening.
James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, was first to arrive on the uber glamorous red carpet, flanked by the latest Bond Girls, Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux, as well as new villain Christoph Waltz.
Other stars of the movie include Ralph Fiennes and Sherlock's Andrew Scott, alongside returning Miss Moneypenny Naomie Harris and returning Q, Ben Whishaw.
Bond theme song legend Dame Shirley Bassey was also in attendance, alongside the latest artist to record a Bond song, Sam Smith, who penned Spectre track 'Writing On The Wall'.
Spectre, directed by Skyfall filmmaker Sam Mendes, is the 24th movie in the 007 franchise and revolves around the shadowy organisation of the same name, led by Franz Oberhauser.
Spectre marks Daniel Craig's fourth outing as the secret agent, following Casino Royale, Quantam of Solace and Skfyall. He has yet to reveal whether he'll return for a fifth movie, saying in a recent interview with BBC News: "No - this is what's going on at the moment. I'm enjoying this."
Spectre is in cinemas now.