The Princess of Wales rewore a navy polka dot blouse to make an important video message this weekend.
OIn the clip released by Kensington Palace, Kate launched the Taking Action n Addiction campaign while sitting on a sofa in front of pictures of her family.
The royal mother-of-three, 40, urged compassion towards addicts as she encouraged those struggling with alcohol, drugs or gambling problems to not feel shame in getting help.
Speaking directly to the camera, she said: "I want to share a message of support to those who are continuing to suffer."
She added: "Addiction is a serious mental health condition that can happen to anyone, no matter what age, gender, race or nationality."
For the video, which was recorded earlier this month, the princess opted for the long-sleeved blouse from Tory Burch.
The £380 piece, featuring a button-through fastening, has a statement white collar and cuffs.
It's not the first time she has worn the blouse – it made an appearance last year during an engagement in Wolverhampton with her husband, the Prince of Wales.
On that occasion, the princess wore the blouse with a pair of wide-leg trousers from Jigsaw and a Catherine Walker navy coat, as well as a floral face mask.
For the new video, which only shows her from the waist up, Kate accessorised with a pair of Annoushka 18-Carat Gold Baroque Pearl Earring Drops costing £425.
Earlier this month, she wore another striking blouse – this time a baby blue pussybow style by Winser London – during a walkabout in Belfast with William, and kept warm in a blue peacock from Alexander McQueen.
Watch: Princess of Wales's message of support for those suffering from addiction