Kate Middleton just recycled one of her best outfits and wow, stunning
The beautiful Kate Middleton visited the Second World War codebreakers today, and looked so stunning.
The Duchess opted for a recycled outfit, which is one of our favourite looks ever.
She re-wore a £1,750 polka dotted dress by designer, Alessandra Rich, a favourite designer of many celebs.
The visit Kate made was to honour the role that the Bletchley Park codebreakers played in D-Day, all ahead of the 75th anniversary of the landings in June.
The lovely dress worn by Kate was also worn last year for Prince Charles' official 70th birthday portraits.
It's a navy shirt dress, covered in white polka dots with a white collar.
Our favourite part of the dress would have to be the sweet vintage style buttons that go the whole way down the front.
Kate paired the dress with a gorgeous pair of blue suede court shoes by Emmy London and a navy clutch by Smythson.
All very royal, and all very gorge.
She topped it all off with a fab pair of pearl earrings, and a beaming smile.
This day out holds a particularly special place in the heart of the Duchess.
Kate's grandmother, Valerie Glassborow, was among those who worked to decipher the secrets of the German Enigma machine at the site.