Day one of Prince William and Duchess Catherine's tour of Sweden has been capped off with a VIP reception dinner, held by their hosts Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden at the British Ambassador's residence in Stockholm on Tuesday evening.
Following a jam-packed day, including that competitive hockey match, Wills and Kate stepped out in their black-tie best for the glamours affair.
Duchess Catherine, who is six months pregnant with her third child, cut an elegant figure the "Stephanie" gown by Erdem, which features a floral print, frilled collar, flared sleeves and is worth a cool $3404.
The soon-to-be mother-of-three swept her locks up into a chic chignon and added pearl-drop earrings for an elegant touch.
Prince William, who recently shaved off his hair, looked as dapper as ever in a black tux.
Princess Victoria, 40, who is first in line to the Swedish throne, stunned in a timeless satin midi-dress by Swedish designer Stylein, swept back locks and statement earrings.
The royal guests of honour, who have just commenced their four-day tour of Sweden and Norway, were joined by Swedish stars including Oscar-winning actress Alicia Vikander and Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard.
Before their meal, Prince William and Duchess Kate with a sitting with the Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven and his wife, Ulla Löfven.
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During their pre-dinner catch-up Kate joked of her husband's triumph on the hockey field earlier that day: "I let him win."
Duchess Catherine was then formally escorted to dinner on the arm of British Ambassador, David Cairns.
While Prince William was led in by his wife, Sharon Cairns.
The couple, who are the proud parents to Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were served a delicious menu of traditional Swedish fare including smoked salmon with quail eggs, horseradish cream with salad and guinea fowl.
The duo touched down in Scandinavia late on Monday night via a private charter plane, and are staying at the residence of the British ambassador in Stockholm.
According to Hello!, the doting parents waited until the end of the school day to leave London, so that they could say one final farewell to their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte before embarking on the short trip.
Earlier in the day, Kate and Wills also dropped by the city's national museum of architecture and design, where they met with Marcus Engman - Ikea's head of design.