British royal Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, will return to official duties next month for the first time since the birth of her son Prince George of Cambridge.
The Duchess and her husband, Prince William, welcomed their first child on July 22 and the young family have since been staying with her family in Berkshire, England.
Prince William has made several public engagements since the birth while the duchess has remained out of the public eye, but she will join her husband at the Tusk Conservation Awards dinner held by bosses at charity Tusk Trust.
A Kensington Palace spokesman confirmed that the Duchess would be attending the glittering gala, saying the date was a “long-standing engagement”.
The Prince, who is second in line to the throne, is a patron of the charity, which aims to protect wildlife across Africa, and has even lent his name to one of the awards – the Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa.
The prizegiving will take place at the Draycott Hotel in London on Sept. 12.