For the third time around, Kate Middleton wore her Michael Kors coat once again on Thursday, March 9, during the dedication and unveiling of the Iraq and Afghanistan war memorial in London. She was spotted together with the members of the Royal family including William, Harry and the Queen. As reported in Mail Online, Kate was seen to be back at "recycling" her favorite wardrobe.

According to Hollywood Life, the 35-year-old Duchess of Cambridge was seen wearing her gorgeous blue Michael Kors SS14 coat before but she has managed to add some accessories here and there which has made it fab looking every single time. This time, Kate wrapped up the outfit with her royal blue pumps, blue necklace, gloves and a wide brim hat to keep her bun.

Kate Middleton, as cited in the report, wore the A-line blue tweed coat for the first time with a blue bow hat and matching pumps back in April 2014 during the ANZAC Day March and Australian War Memorial Service. This was then followed by the second appearance of the Michael Kors coat was last May 2016 during the opening of the Hampton Court Palace "Magic Garden" in London. For this, she wore the coat with a chiffon blouse underneath, a nude clutch and nude pumps.

Other than the tweed coat, the Duchess has "recycled" a couple of items already throughout these years. According to Marie Claire, some pieces that Kate Middleton has re-worn a few times now include her Emilia Wickstead sunny coat dress, Luisa Spagnoli suit, Jane Troughton cream coat, Tory Burch printed dress, Emilia Wickstead designer dress and Jenny Packham dress to name a few. These wardrobe items have been reported to be worn by her twice or thrice. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is definitely the most gorgeous yet thrifty style icon of all time.