The Duchess of Cambridge keeps cementing her crown has queen of recycling as she’s just stepped out in a blue coat dress she wore last year.
During a public appearance alongside her hubby Wills to officially open a new car technology centre in the UK, Kate rocked a repeat $2,900 blue Eponine coat-dress.
She paired the smart number navy Rupert Sanderson pumps and a $810 Smythson ‘Panama’ bag.
The Duchess of Cambridge first wore the dress back in June 2017, though she styled it differently with clipped back hair and a leather clutch.
During their appearances, the royal couple — who tied the knot in April 2011 — also travelled to a homeless centre where they over 60 homeless young people.
The Duke has been Patron of the charity, Centrepoint, since 2005.
Their Royal Highnesses helped to prepare lunch in the kitchen before sitting down with residents to talk about their experiences.
“Don’t look at how evenly I cut it,” Kate joked as she sliced up bread, while William prepared soup.
They also officially opened Centrepoint’s new Andy Norman Learning Hub, which has been built to provide resources for young people at risk of homelessness in the area.
While it was a busy day of appearances for Kate and William they’re undoubtedly celebrating Prince Charles’ 70th birthday today too later in the evening.
Earlier, Clarence House released two gorgeous family photos of Charles with his wife Camilla, sons William and Harry and their wives Kate and Meghan with his three grandchildren George, Charlotte and Louis to mark the occasion.
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