In her most recent appearance, Kate Middleton sported a yellow dress, which gave a sweet gesture to her time in Australia in a heartfelt video.
Kate, 38, and Prince William, 37, have paid tribute to the first responders in Australia in a new video message to mark the Inaugural Thank a First Responder Day of the country, as reported by Daily Mail.
In the clip, the Duchess of Cambridge reused the yellow dress she originally wore during the royal couple's tour in Australia in 2014 as she tended to the nation's frontline workers.
According to the publication, Kate's dress reflected the gold of the Australian flag. It was made by Roksanda Ilincic, a London-based Serbian designer.
"Sadly, you're on the frontline of yet another emergency," the mother-of-three said. "The covid-19 outbreak has brought first responders across Australia together again."
She added, "Day in, day out, paramedics, police, firefighters and support staff, work tirelessly to keep everybody safe, often risking not only their physical health but also their mental welbeing."
Kate proceeded with the tribute, saying "Today, on Australia's inaugural Thank a First Responder Day, you all deserve our huge thanks."
As reported by PEOPLE, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Sydney, Australia with their first child, Prince George, in tow on his first-ever royal tour in 2014.
Kate and William are working from home in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE YELLOW DRESS
Kate wore the yellow outfit as they posed for photographs by the Sydney Harbor Bridge. They additionally greeted fans outside the Sydney Opera House.
Meanwhile, as detailed by Express, Kate's dress is said to be inspired by the work of Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica.
The dress highlights a striking square neckline, with differentiating white blocks on the sleeves and at the knee-length hem.
Kate matched the look with gold earrings. She styled her brunette hair in a perfect half-up style, and her makeup looked flawless for the clip.
Kate and William are working from home in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. They have been in regular contact with associations and patronages to understand the problems they are facing during this difficult time.
Recently, a source uncovered that Kate was "moved to tears" by stories from frontline workers fighting the novel coronavirus pandemic. The Duchess had set up the new initiative "Our Frontline" alongside her husband, William.
The new mental health support service will see charities and organizations execute continuous help to everyone from NHS staff to transport drivers.