Emma Weymouth looked glamorous as she attended the annual Tusk Conservation Awards at the British Film Institute Southbank in London on Monday.
The Marchioness of Bath, 35, donned a figure-hugging green dress with classic black sling-back heels as she entered the prestigious event alongside a star-studded line-up.
She oozed elegance as she posed for photographs on the carpet leading into the ceremony, championed by Prince William.
Emma Weymouth (pictured) stunned in an emerald green midi dress and black sling-back heels as she attended the Tusk Conservation Awards at the BFI Southbank in London
Emma styled her glossy hair into loose waves swept over one shoulder to reveal gold drop earrings, carefully coordinated with a matching bracelet.
She also opted for a bold red lipstick to compliment her striking green dress, which featured a twist on one shoulder.
The highly anticipated Tusk Awards was able to return as a face to face event after being held virtually last year due to the pandemic.
Since Prince William launched the annual ceremony in 2013, the achievements of Africa’s unsung heroes who lead conservation efforts has grown in recognition.
Emma (pictured) swept her glossy hair over one shoulder to reveal glamorous gold drop earrings for an effortlessly elegant look
Emma led the glamour at the prestigious event, which was hosted by Kate Silverton after being held virtually last year
Emma (pictured) completed her look with a bold red lipstick and black eyeliner to draw attention to her face
The Duke of Cambridge presented each of the winners with their award during tonight’s event, hosted by Kate Silverton.
He then attended a reception with key members of Tusk Trust and the winners to hear more about their vital work on the frontline of conservation efforts in Africa, arrived at the event in a dapper royal blue suit.
As Royal Patron of Tusk Trust, Prince William has long been a supporter of the charity’s efforts and has taken part in their annual awards several times.
For last year’s virtual ceremony, he recorded a video message congratulating the winners.
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