Kate Middleton has pulled out all the stops in a stunning recycled ensemble for her second royal engagement in two days.
The Duchess of Cambridge recycled an Oscar De La Renta suit for the occasion, which she had previously worn in 2017.
Kate’s purple blazer-style top and skirt are both from the Fall 2015 collection and have previously retailed at £1,722.
Despite recycling the two-piece, Kate appeared to have a pair of beautiful new shoes on for the event.
The heels were black patent with gold buckle detail which she matched with black tights and a black handbag.
Commenting on the whole look, one Twitter user wrote: “She’s worn this outfit before and I’m so glad to see it again! I love the colour and the new shoes!”
It comes after Kate opted for a casual look the day before at King Henry’s Walk Garden, where she met school children.
Prince George‘s mum chose khaki jeans, walking boots and a green jacket for the occasion.
Kate’s coat was the Dubarry Bracken Tweed Sports Jacket which cost £399.
The Duchess of Cambridge matched the coat with a pair of khaki jeans, but it was her boots that got everyone talking.
Kate’s boots appeared to be the leather-trimmed suede ankle boots from See By Chloe.
The Lace Up Block Heel Ankle Boots are currently available on Net-A-Porter and are in the sale.
Down from $ 445 the shoes are now availble for $ 267, which is 40% off.
Commenting on the boots at the time, one fan wrote: “Love them!!”