Published: Sat, July 14, 2018

Kate Middleton Wore The Same Designer To All of Her Kids' Christenings

Kate Middleton Wore The Same Designer To All of Her Kids' Christenings

She further remembered her father George VI, who became the first member of the Royal Family to qualify as a Royal Air Force pilot.

Kate Middleton is the queen of recycling fashion, and we love her for it.

On Tuesday, July 10, at the centenary of the Royal Air Force celebration, Meghan Markle wore a navy blue Dior dress.

According to Royal biographer Ingrid Stewart, despite its grand surroundings, the intimate tone of the event was set by none other than the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate, who is on maternity leave until the autumn, was not confirmed to attend the service, but the mother-of-three made a surprise appearance with her husband Prince William.

Middleton has definitely found her signature piece, proving one can wear a tried-and-true staple over and over again.

The Queen has been joined by royal family members including the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for a service to honour the RAF at Westminster Abbey.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't your regular Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The official Sussex itinerary in Ireland includes parties, sports, meetings with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and President Michael Higgins, and visits to see the historic Book of Kells in Trinity College's famed Old Library, to pay respects at the nearby memorial to the Irish Famine and to explore the Irish Emigration Museum.

Kate has attended a handful of events tied in with the RAF Cadets.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London wearing a V-neck number by the British designer, accessorizing with a matching fascinator framed with petals.

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