Well, she's done it again, quite literally. Kate Middleton glimmered on Thursday night as she stepped out in London wearing a breathtaking emerald green Jenny Packham dress—and yes, we've all seen it before.
Indeed, the queen of recycled fashion took the dress for another glamorous ride this week after wearing the very same design two years ago during a tour of Pakistan in October 2019.
For its second moment in the spotlight, Kate took it in style to the Royal Variety Performance, held at the Royal Albert Hall. She attended the event alongside her husband Prince William who looked also looked dapper in a smart black tuxedo.
As they entered the event, all eyes were on them—one doesn't have to ponder for long to know why.
For the black-tie event, Kate also switched up her usual wavy tresses for a curled 'do. She added a pair of golden drop earrings that caught the light in tandem with her sequin gown—chefs kisses all around.
The glamorous look comes mere weeks after the Duchess of Cambridge attended the London premiere of the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die in another stunning floor-length Jenny Packham gown.
A long-time favourite designer of the royal's, Kate's fashion hits seem to only get better with age.
It's been 10 years since her iconic wedding to Prince William in 2011—that's 10 years of glorious fashion moments we've all been privy to witness.
Here's to the next 10 (and 20, and 30...) years of style from Kate.
Jess PullarJess Pullar is the Culture Editor (digital) of marie claire and ELLE. When she's not gazing at sunsets, she enjoys tucking into a green tea and re-watching 'Sex And The City'.