Once again, the Duchess of Cambridge is proving she's just like Lizzie McGuire. A total outfit-repeater.
Kate Middleton attended London's EACH (East Anglia's Children's Hospices) event alongside husband, Prince William, on Wednesday, and went back into her wardrobe to pull out an old favourite for the gala.
Sporting her sequin-embellished gown by Jenny Packham that she wore five years ago at the 10th annual ARK (Absolute Return for Kids) gala at Kensington Palace, the 34-year-old royal looked stunning at the event benefiting the Nook Appeal, a fund to build a new hospice in Norfolk, England.
The Swarovski crystal and pearlescent rose dress, originally retailed at $5,015, is a standout from Packham's 2011 collection. Featuring mesh shoulder details, a high-neckline and fluttering sleeves, Kate paired the shimmering frock with a pale pink L.K. Bennett Agata bow sandals, a rose-coloured clutch and a diamond bracelet.
Unlike five years ago, where she dawned her signature blowout with the look, the Duchess opted to wear her hair in a low bun this time around.
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There's no doubt this Jenny Packham gown is a special one for Catherine. She wore this dress to her very first royal engagement, shortly after she tied the knot with Will.
The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Arrive At The 10Th Annual Ark (Absolute Return For Kids) Gala Dinner, at Kensington Palace, in Kensington, London back in 2011.
And just like Lizzie McGuire, Kate Middleton proves if you find something that works for you, roll with it.
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