Kate Middleton wore an old favourite to the Earth shot Prize Awards in London on Saturday.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, walked the red carpet in a lavender Alexander McQueen gown she last saw on the royal at a BAFTA event in Los Angeles in July 2011, just three months after her wedding to Prince William.
The Grecian-style design was an appropriate choice for the Earth shot Prize ceremony, where five winners were honoured for their conservation and sustainability efforts. Guests were asked not to purchase anything new for the event.
Ten years after first wearing the gown with a sparkling white belt, Middleton updated the look by cinching her waist with a glittering gold belt.
The Duke of Cambridge, 39, also adhered to the evening’s dress code, opting for a green velvet jacket he last wore in 2019 for a gala commemorating Centrepoint’s 50th anniversary. For a modern twist, he paired it with a black turtleneck and trousers.
Kate Middleton is no stranger to recycling styles; she’s had her favorite boots for nearly two decades, and we’ve seen her rewear everything from coats to gowns to even her engagement blouse over the years.