Every Photo from Kate Middleton and Prince William's Post-Palace Party Outing to Combat Bullying
Kate, who went full glam with an elaborate updo and glittering diamond drop earrings last night, sported a teal long-sleeved dress with a pleated skirt by Emilia Wickstead for the outing.
She completed the look with a pair of black pumps and her hair in her signature bouncy blowout.
Once again, the mother of three chose an outfit that has been in her closet for years. Kate previously wore the dress during a 2015 visit to the Centre for Addiction Treatment Studies as well as a 2014 trip to New Zealand.
Meanwhile, William opted for a suit jacket and white button-down sans tie.
The royal couple met young people who wrote and performed in a new campaign video for "Stop, Speak, Support," a code of conduct on what to do when they witness bullying online.
The campaign was started by the young persons' panel on the Taskforce and is now being run by the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
Kate and William also met parents and children who have been helping guide the latest tech developments from the BBC, the upcoming Kids Online Wellbeing App.
He spoke about trolling in cyberspace, the rise in fake news and the difficulties young people face when seeing idealized lives portrayed on social media.
He told the gathered crowd at the BBC in London that tech companies should "reject the false choice of profits over values."
"You have powered amazing movements of social change. Surely together you can harness innovation to allow us to fight back against the intolerance and cruelty that has been brought to the surface by your platforms."
He added, "And you have brought families together in ways that were previously unimaginable. Surely you can partner with parents to make the online world a safe place of discovery, friendship and education for their children."
William set up a Cyberbullying task force to tackle the bullying issues online— mainly because since becoming a parent to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and now Prince Louis, he worries about the effects on them and their peers.
He and his wife "grappled with this, we felt a distinct absence of guidance. Should we read our children's messages?"