Kate Middleton Rocks Royal Rewear for Virtual Nursing Home Bingo Game

Calling numbers for a bingo game might be considered a casual event, but for Kate Middleton, it was an excuse to break out a royal rewear.

On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge (along with her hubby, Prince William) made a surprise virtual visit to Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff, which provides residential, dementia and nursing care. During the video call, the royal couple took their turn as guest bingo callers and spoke with residents and staff about the challenges the facility is currently facing.

For the occasion, the mother of three opted for her L.K. Bennett Silk 'Madison' Dress in pink (no longer available) paired with her Catherine Zoraida Gold Fern Drop Earrings. The frock features flutter sleeves and a delicate floral print and is made from 100 percent silk. The 38-year-old royal actually owns the L.K. Bennett Madison dress in two different colors, pink and lilac. 

If you’re like us (aka you can instantly spot a royal rewear when you see one), you’ll recognize the pink piece from last July, when Middleton attended a polo match at the Billingbear Polo Club in Berkshire. 

The duchess stunned in the gown while she watched her hubby play and wrangled her three children, Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince Louis (2). This was also one of the first times we saw baby Archie. 

Sometimes reaching into the back of your closet is the best way to dress. You just never know what classics you might find.