Kate loves old clothes!The soon-to-be queen is beautiful and frugal

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Every time Kate makes an appearance, she often re-matches the clothes she has worn, or matches different accessories, regardless of the fact that she has already worn them. Every time, she always surprises people again. It is hard to love this princess!Kate wore this head-to-toe green sequined Jenny Packham dress, worth an estimated $1 million, to an awards ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall in November 2021.She paired her stunning Missoma earrings with heels and bright curls for the evening look.Kate wore the dress back in 2019.Kate wore the dress to a special reception hosted by the British High Commissioner to Pakistan during her visit to the country.For the occasion, she wore peep-toe sandals with a matching princess head, revealing a pair of signature gold earrings.When Kate arrived at UNIVERSITY College London in October 2021, she wore a familiar Zara print with a pleated skirt and bow blouse, completing the look with grey heels and her trademark bouffant curls.Back in January 2020, Kate Middleton appeared in Bradford wearing an identical dress, radiating a gentleness and nobility.Back in March 2020, Kate first donned a Marks&Spencer suit to visit the London ambulance service control room.Once again, Kate donned a blazer from her pink trouser suit for a video of the event focused on the Early days of the Royal Foundation’s forum, which she shared on Kensington Palace’s Instagram.In September 2020, Kate wore a trouser suit to visit Battersea Park.Kate first wore the glamorous purple Gucci shirt, paired with black flared wide pants, during a visit to the Children’s Centre in London in March 2019.Kate puts it back on in a video shared by Kensington Palace in November 2020.Kate first wore the coat in 2008, when William received his RAF Medal, before getting engaged to Prince William at the Central Flying School.In March 2020, Kate wore a Reiss ivory coat that she had seen for the first time in 12 years on a royal tour of Ireland.Previously, Kate paired the coat with tights and medium boots, but this time she opted for a pair of black trousers and high-heeled ankle boots.Kate first wore the gown in 2012 for an official Diamond Jubilee dinner hosted by the Malaysian head of state.Kate wore this Alexander McQueen gown at BAFTA 2020.Kate first wore the tweed suit at a mental health education conference at London’s Mercer Hall in 2019.Kate wore the black tweed Dolce&Gabbana ensemble again in 2020 when she visited the children’s hospital for a national portrait gallery workshop.The duchess of Cambridge first wore the Barbara Casasola dress when she visited the Natural History Museum to present the 2016 Art Fund Museum of the Year award in 2016.One of her boldest looks of the time, Kate recreated the strapless dress for the Somerset House awards in June 2019.Kate holds an umbrella and wears a sky-blue Alexander McQueen coat at the Sky Rider show in Wellington, New Zealand, in April 2014.Then in June, Kate wore it again at the D-Day commemorations in Aromonche, France.In February 2016, Kate continued to wear the coat, this time wearing an RAF pin, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the RAF Cadets in London.The Duchess of Cambridge donned a changchun jacket by Alexander McQueen again at a naming ceremony in 2019.Kate first wore the polka-dot dress for a family photo to celebrate Prince Charles’ 70th birthday in 2018.Kate returned to the dress in 2019 to visit the D-Day exhibition to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.Kate first wore the dress to the BAFTA Awards in 2017, where she wore her hair up and earrings.Kate wore the dress again in 2019, with a shoulder cuff at the neckline, but it still proved popular with fans.The coat was first worn when Kate visited her Alma mater st Andrews University in 2012 and even played a hockey match.When Kate and Prince William attended a Christmas Day service at Sandringham in 2013, she paired the same coat with a green hat to make her look even more distinctive.When Kate and Prince William opened Scotland’s first design museum, the V&A, in 2019, Kate wore her favourite tartan coat, a custom design by Alexander McQueen, this time paired with a green suede Manu Atelier bag.Kate first wore the pink silk Stella McCartney dress to Prince Philip’s 90th birthday dinner in 2011.In 2018, Kate returned to the dress for her annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.In 2012, Kate wore a daring dress by Jenny Packham, one of her favourite designers, to her first Olympic concert at the Royal Albert Hall.The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in her familiar turquoise gown at the tusk Awards for conservation of Animals in 2018.The Duchess first wore the Alexander McQueen dress for Princess Charlotte’s christening in 2015.The dress was also worn during the flag procession in 2016, this time with a pale pink hat.Kate recreated this lemon yellow coat dress for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in 2018.Kate first wore the coat in 2014 when she went on a short trip to New York with Prince William.In 2015, While pregnant with Princess Charlotte, Kate wore a matching Mulberry coat and clutch, paired with a fluffy wavy curl.The Duchess of Cambridge first wore the scarlet Alexander McQueen dress when she took a boat down the Thames for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012.In 2015, Kate donned the outfit for a home-school Christmas party.Two years later, the dress reappeared at the Dramatic Arts Reception at Buckingham Palace, hatless this time, but still beautiful!