The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got dressed up to entertain at St. James Palace in London this evening. The duo hosted a three-course dinner benefiting the National Memorial Arboretum, which is the location of an Armed Forces Memorial remembering those who have died in conflict. Kate Middleton chose a glamorous one-shoulder Jenny Packham gown for the occasion while Prince William wore a classic tux. Both accessorized their black-tie outfits with a red poppy recognizing the upcoming Remembrance Day holiday.
Kate has been the subject of pregnancy rumors after refusing to taste peanut paste during a visit to a UNICEF food bank in Copenhagen earlier this month. The palace won't confirm or deny the speculation, but it has recently released news about the couple. Kate and Will are planning to move into Kensington Palace permanently in 2013, but first they'll have to endure two months apart when William is deployed to the Falkland Islands as part of his Royal Air Force duties early next year.