Kate Middleton dressed in her iconic white Alexander McQueen dress which she previously wore for Princess Charlotte’s christening [Getty]
The Duchess Of Cambridge was accompanied by husband Prince William as she attended the service in Belgium.
Kate Middleton dressed in an all white dress for the occasion, styled with a matching white fascinator.
However, while fans are used to seeing Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother in a brand-new outfit every time she steps out, the 35-year-old decided to recycle one of her most iconic looks for the service.
The mum-of-two previously wore the stunning number to her daughter, Princess Charlotte’s, christening back in 2015.
Kate was joined by husband Prince William for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele service [Getty]
The Duchess Of Cambridge first wore the stunning McQueen dress for her daughter’s christening [Getty]
In July two years ago, Kate also styled the iconic dress with a very similar fascinator hat.
And fans have been quick to praise the Duchess’ move as they commented on the look: “Spectacular as always.”
Another impressed fan shared: “Prettiest, classiest lady on the planet.”
The curled-feather hat is also a recycled piece, as fans noticed that the brunette beauty has also worn the accessory before.
Kate Middleton has also worn the hat before to the Trooping Of The Colours in 2015 [Getty]
The hat, by John Locke, was first worn by Prince William’s wife in 2015 for Trooping Of The Colour.
At the time, Kate wore a white and blue floral dress for the occasion, dressing her son Prince George in similar colours.
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