The Royal couple joined Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip as they greeted a long list of high-profile attendees including politicians, diplomats and actors at the event which honored the sight, smells, tastes and more from India.
Kate and William enjoyed taking in all that the festive affair had to offer, smiling from ear-to-ear while learning about the country's culture. The other attendees came from areas of performing arts, fashion, food, literature, and sports. A couple of big names included: Kapil Dev, ex-England and Manchester United player Rio Ferdinand, musician Anoushka Shankar (the daughter of legendary sitar player Ravi Shankar) and film director Joe Wright.
Meanwhile, the year-long program of events and exhibitions organized by the British Council together with the Indian High Commission in London will take place in both countries to celebrate the deep cultural ties between the two nations, and the 70th anniversary of India's independence.
The program also aims to inspire people to celebrate the long-standing relationship between the two countries, which is a particularly significant association for a post-Brexit Britain.