Kate Middleton recycles 6-year-old dress as she flaunts her toned arms in lace cap sleeves
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Tusk Conservation Awards at Banqueting House in London on Thursday evening.
Duchess Catherine wore a beautiful teal gown created by acclaimed designed Jenny Packham back in 2012. She had worn the dress before.
She matched the dress with a pair of Jimmy Choo heels and complimentary bespoke Packham clatch bab.
The dress also featured delicate cap sleeves and an intricate lace back, as well as an embellished waist that showed off her slim figure.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. Catherine accessorized with a pair of diamond chandelier earrings that she borrowed from the Queen.
She adorned the dress with a poppy brooch and opted for a natural makeup look consisting of a sweep of blush to her cheeks and a nude lip color.
Prince William looked dapper in a classic tuxedo and black bow tie, accented with a red poppy worn in remembrance of those who have lost their lives in war.
It has been quite a while since Catherine attended the Tusk award evening; she was pregnant with Prince Louis during the 2017 awards.
Prince William gave a short speech after presenting the awards, and also chatted to some of the fellow attendees afterward.
The royal couple enjoyed the reception, where they were introduced to nominees in the annual awards and supporters of the conservation charity.
Apart from being a vision, Catherine proved once more that she has no qualms about recycling her outfits.
A well-known palm reader, Gary Markwick, is making headlines this week by telling reporters that Catherine is the driving force behind Prince Willam's success. He told Express:
"She will push William towards greater levels of achievement as she has a strong character, which at times may seem more dominant. Kate knows what she wants, and has always had the ability to be an authoritative person, and this will continue.”
He was quick to add, though, that Catherine might be reserved at times, and may appear a little cold, but "this may be because at times she can be cautious."