Kate Middleton Looked Perfectly Polished In This Recycled Jacket

Kate Middleton photographed two Holocaust survivors along with their grandchildren to "capture the special connections between Holocaust survivors and the younger generations of their families, and remind us of our collective responsibility to ensure their stories live on," the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared on Instagram in August. Now, the Duchess of Cambridge has reunited with the survivors, Steven Frank and Yvonne Bernstein, whose portraits are a part of the "Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors" exhibit in the Imperial War Museum, per People.

The museum has two new galleries: the Holocaust Galleries and the Second World War Galleries, both of which are being officially inaugurated by Kate Middleton, per the Daily Mail. Opening during the week that the U.K. remembers the service and experiences of people involved in the conflicts of the World Wars, these permanent displays in the museum are particularly significant, per the Royal British Legion.

Kate Middleton chose an appropriate look for the November 10 ceremony, bringing back an outfit she wore 11 years ago.

Kate Middleton rewore an Alexander McQueen shirt

As a vocal advocate for the environment, Kate Middleton often recycles her looks. For instance, Middleton's COP26 look included a comeback from her See By ChloƩ hiking boots, while Middleton's stunning green coat took the spotlight at another public outing for the Earthshot Prize.

For the launch of the two new galleries at the Imperial War Museum in London, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a dark blue Catherine Walker coat and a navy-inspired Alexander McQueen shirt that she first wore 11 years ago (per the Daily Mail) after the London riots, per Kate Middleton Style. The appropriately muted look was paired with matching suede heels and diamond and sapphire drop earrings that formerly belonged to Princess Diana, per the Daily Mail.

Everything the Duchess wore to the November 10 museum event has been seen previously in various ensembles, a testament to her dedication to sustainable fashion.