Kate Middleton Was The Picture Of Class In This Recycled Coat From 2018

The Duchess of Cambridge's sense of style has always been iconic. Always donning timeless classics with an elegant flair, Kate Middleton can rarely do wrong. From her stunning gowns at red carpet events to her impeccable choice of the perfect casual blouse and jeans when getting her hands dirty, the future Queen of England always understands the assignment (via Town & Country). 

Where the Duchess really excels is in killing the coat game. Her coats are always so perfectly fitted with luxurious fabrics, and her outfit while attending 2021's Remembrance Sunday was no exception. 

Attending in the place of the Queen, who was unable to attend due to her health, she joined Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Sophie Wessex at Whitehall for the Remembrance Sunday ceremony that takes place every year to pay respects to the fallen at the Cenotaph (via Daily Mail). People noticed that Kate's look was a little familiar, and they weren't wrong...

Kate Middleton always pulls off a repeated outfit

Kate Middleton is no stranger to repeating outfits. The Duchess of Cambridge manages to turn what's often considered a fashion faux-pas into an endearing and relatable move every time she's noticed to have repeated a look. On November 14th, 2021, she attended the Remembrance Sunday in a military-inspired Alexander McQueen tailored coat with a white collar and shoulder embellishments (via InStyle). People instantly recognized the outfit from the exact same service back in 2018. This time around, she chose to complement the look with a black hat and crystal flower brooch, while touchingly wearing a pair of pearl earrings that previously belonged to Princess Diana (via Harper's Bazaar). 

This would hardly be the first time that the Duchess has repeated an outfit and surely not the last. Just recently, while attending 2021 Earthshot Prize awards ceremony Kate repeated yet another Alexander McQueen look by re-wearing a lavender gown she had previously worn to the 2011 BAFTAs (via Glamour). As the saying goes, when a look works — work it hard!