Let the records show that if our closet was filled with Alexander McQueen garments crafted by Sarah Burton, we would wear them all the time, just as Kate Middleton did at the Order Of The Garter Service Monday at Windsor Castle.

The Order of the Garter is Britain's oldest order of chivalry, and the last remaining honour to be given at the discretion of the sovereign. And to celebrate the occasion, Kate and Camilla were looking very matchy-matchy in their all-white ensembles and over-the-top hats. Could this white-out have been planned? Regardless, the royal ladies, with their nude heels and full-skirted dresses, looked effortless and happy as they laughed along on the sidelines.

This isn't the first time we've seen this Alexander McQueen double-breasted coat on Kate. The Duchess of Cambridge shopped her closet again, having wore this coat last year at the Trooping Of The Colour. But really, it's been a year. An outfit is pretty much new after a year, no?

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Here are Kate and Camilla coordinated in white and the Queen in a plumed hat:

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  • Colour-Coordinated At The Order Of The Garter

    Sophie Rhys-Jones, Countess of Wessex, left, Kate, centre, and Camilla with an unidentified guest.

  • Colour-Coordinated At The Order Of The Garter

    Sophie Rhys-Jones, Countess of Wessex, left, Kate, centre, and Camilla with an unidentified guest.

  • Kate And Will At The Order Of The Garter

  • Queen Elizabeth At The Order Of The Garter

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