Kate Middleton and Prince William looked glam on 8 November as they attended the Tusk Conservation Awards in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived looking polished as Prince Harry’s older brother looked smart in a tux and Kate in a stunning Jenny Packham gown.
Meghan Markle’s sister-in-law was all smile as she attend the awards in the stunning turquoise dress, with a low V-neck cut and lace cap sleeves. The dress is in fact a recycled number of Kate’s from six years ago.
The Jenny Packham gown has now made two appearances, the first back in 2012 when the Duchess’ royal life had only just started.
Kate wore the gown as she arrived on the red carpet at the Olympic gala in May 2012.
However, this isn’t the only item from that old look the Duchess brought back.
In fact, the entire look including her shoes and clutch bag are all taken from he 2012 look.
Kate made the look more fresh by wearing her hair down instead of up – which she previously did – and adding a new pair of earrings.
The public have been quick to share their admiration for the thrifty move.
One shared: “I loved this dress from the first time she wore it, she looks lovely in it!”
Another added: “I love love love this one! I’m happy to see it repeated!”
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