The royal couple combined Kate's birthday, a movie premiere, charity and a date night!
Ask any woman and she'll tell you that turning 30 was a big deal— either because it was totally exciting or completely scary. But for the Duchess of Cambridge, turning 30 is just another reason to go out on the town with her handsome Prince husband and plaster a smile on her gorgeous face! 12 Facts You Didn't Know About Kate Middleton
While today, Monday, is her actual birthday, Kate hit the War Horse premiere in London with Prince William on Sunday evening to celebrate her final night as a twenty-something, reports People. The two looked dashing as always, with the birthday girl in a lace gown by Alice Temperley and the Prince decked out in a dapper tuxedo. Whoever said Prince Charming doesn't exist was wrong—the chivalrous hubby held an umbrella over his princess's head as rain started to fall while the couple strolled the red carpet.
Obviously, we love Prince William and Kate Middleton (no secret there). But what makes them even more endearing is not just the fact that they seem totally normal and down-to-earth, but also the fact that they are deeply committed to the causes they believe in. Hot Date Idea From Prince William & Kate: Volunteer!
Case in point: while the movie premiere was certainly a date night and a birthday outing (the flick even made Kate cry!), it was also an important night for the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry, which the event benefitted. The charity will help military servicemen and women transition from the military back to civilian life and is a cause close to the royals' hearts.
Prince William and the Duchess met with War Horse director Steven Spielberg and the movie's lead actor, Jeremy Irvine, who was a bit starstruck!
"The fact that they're here to watch my fat face on a cinema screen is bizarre," Irvine said. "It's such a thrill. And also for their charity. It's a great cause."
Not only does this couple always look good, but they're also always doing good, too. Happy Birthday Kate! How Volunteering Brought My Husband & I Closer Together
Do you think volunteering or getting involved in charity work is a good way to strengthen your relationship?
Photo Credit: WENN/AceShowBiz.com
More Juicy Content From YourTango: