Duchess of Cambridge and wife of England's Prince William, Kate Middleton, repeated a mesmerizing Jenny Packham creation during this week's East Anglia's Children's Hospices Gala in Norfolk. The couple attended the said dinner event to raise funds for the institution where Middleton is Royal Patron.
The elegant pale pink sequined gown was first worn by the dazzling Duchess in 2011 during her first royal public appearance following her wedding to Prince William. Six years and two children later, the designer dress still perfectly fits Middleton's body.
Depending on the presence and absence of light, the stunning fabric picks up a variety of different hues - from light brown, flesh, and pale gold to blush pink, cream, and silver. A matching clutch perfectly completes the ensemble, which is apparently the same one she used when she first wore the said dress.
Unlike other members of the royal family, Middleton is known for her penchant to repeat outfits and for affordable fashion choices such as the clothing line Zara. Along the years, she has been seen wearing the same brown Lock and Co. velveteen hat (often referred to by the Paparazzi as the "Betty Boop" hat) several times.
The same goes for her red Alexander McQueen dress, which the Duchess has worn on three different occasions - first during the Diamond Jubilee celebration, again during a Buckingham Palace event, and the third time to The Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas party.