Kate Middleton has made us understand through her actions that regardless of the celebrity status and wealth at their disposals, royals re-wear their clothes too.
The Duchess of Cambridge recently repeated a previously worn “Jenny Packham dress” at the 2018 Tusk Conservation Awards which according to British Cosmopolitan, was first worn 6 years ago.
Her Jenny Packham dress is a beautiful teal colour dress that features a classic A-line silhouette, with a jewelled belt that cinches the waist. It also has gorgeous lace detail along the neckline and cap sleeves.
Kate wore the dress with a diamond drop earrings and a matching teal clutch which cosmopolitan revealed it was the same clutch she wore back in 2012 when she first wore the outfit.
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She also repeated another Jenny Packham dress.
Marie Claire also revealed that this is the second time this month in which Kate Middleton has re-worn a Jenny Packham dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended an event celebrating Armistice Day at the Imperial War Museum on November 1st and re-wore a classic, navy sheath dress from Jenny Packham which she wore during a royal visit to Canada.
The first time she wore the dress, it had a collar at the neckline that made it seem a bit more formal, but when she re-wore it, she did without the collar.
This shows how much she likes outfits made by the designer and when she loves a piece, she isn’t letting go of it.