Kate choose to wear her geometric print Jonathan Saunders dress to the Wimbledon final.
Kate Middleton is no stranger to giving her pretty dresses a worthy second-outing but even we were surprised to see that she re-wore not one but two amazing frocks this weekend for a couple of very important royal engagements.
We first clocked the Duchess of Cambridge with her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry as the royal trio kicked off the Tour de France in Yorkshire wearing her emerald green coat dress from British designer Erdem, which she first wore back in April for another royal appointment. The exposed zip, notched waist and subtle panelling make what could be a pretty standard dress something way more special.
The following day we spotted Kate as she took her seat in the Royal Box to watch the Wimbledon Men's Final between players Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in a geometric print dress from yet another Brit designer, Jonathan Saunders. She initially wore the aqua-hued frock back in 2012 on the Jubilee Tour; with its on-trend check print and chic '50s silhouette, we can't blame Kate for wanting to give this gorgeous dress another airing.
For both outings, Kate styled her look with her signature glossy, tousled tresses and beautifully natural make-up. With so many re-wears in so little time, we can't wait to see what Kate digs out from her bulging designer wardrobe next...
By Maxine Eggenberger