Kate Middleton is fast learning the royal tradition of repeating dresses.
Always in the public eye for her admirable style, the Duchess Of Cambridge made news for taking her favourite coat out for a second outing. Following the royal recycling tradition, Kate wore the same periwinkle blue Jacquard coat dress for Prince Phillip's 90th birthday church service (June 12) that she wore in 2009 for the wedding of her husband's close friend, Nicholas van Cutsem. Not all was lost though- she added a fresh angle to her look with a jaunty blue fascinator and nude heels.
This came days after she attended the wedding of close friend and jockey Sam Waley-Cohen and Annabel Ballin in the same fitted monochrome spotted dress she was photographed in four years ago when leaving Boujis nightclub. She also wore the same black hat that she had donned earlier in the day to watch her husband take part in his first Trooping the Colour parade.
Prince William and Kate Middleton joined the rest of the Royals to mark the 85th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday, in central London. The Trooping the Colour parade marked the first time the entire Royal family made a public appearance since the April 29 wedding of William and Kate.
Although the Queen's actual birthday was on April 21, the summer parade make it easier to hold an outdoor event due to warmer temperatures. The Queen's husband, Prince Phillip, turned 90 on Friday.
William escorted his new bride in the scarlet Irish Guards uniform he was married in. Kate looked royally appealing in a cream double-breasted coat and a dramatic black fascinator, with her hair in loose curls.
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Kate arrives at a charity event for Absolute Return for Kids, ARK, in central London, Thursday, June, 9, 2011.
Kate, 29, stepped out of her blue Jaguar in a floor-length blush organza gown, looking every inch a royal
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were a class apart at the first official engagement since they were married on April 29.
William escorted a giggling Catherine to the venue, as she stopped on the purple-carpeted steps for photographs.
Arpad Busson, left, the founding chairman of the charity, stands next to the royal couple.
Kate and William flash some royal pearls.
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge share a moment as Prince Harry looks on, standing on the balcony ahead of The Derby horse race during the second day of the Epsom Derby Festival, in Surrey, southern England, on June 4, 2011.
Kate showed off her honeymoon tan in ethereal white and a radiant smile as Prince William escorted her.
Kate stole the show in a stunning simple cream collarless jacket, cream flirty dress, and small, stylish beige fascinator. Her long hair neatly pinned back. Befitting royalty!
She was seen joking and laughing with cousin-in-law Princess Eugenie.
Three-year-old Carlton House was a gift to the Queen from Sheikh Mohammed, Dubai's supreme leader. The Queen has waited 60 years for this and Carlton House, ridden by Ryan Moore, was seeking to be the first Derby winner owned by a reigning monarch since Minoru won in 1909 for King Edward VII.
Pour Moi ridden by Jockey Mickael Barzalona won the race, Treasure Beach came second and race favorite Carlton House came third place. The Queen looked on, keen to keep an eye on the race action.
Britain's Princess Beatrice, right, and Princess Eugenie arrive on Derby Day at Epsom Downs Racecourse in Epsom in casual and summery attires.
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, also cheered with the others.
Carlton House lost out on the top spot, coming third, but that failed to dampen the spirits of the young, who cheered relentlessly.
Carole Middleton didn't get Pippa along, but more than made up for the style void.