Kate Middleton and Prince William aren’t missing a beat when it comes to virtual engagements. The duo has been participating in a handful of online engagements this week, and the duchess made sure to dress for the occasion. For her latest appearance, she even opted for a royal rewear.

On Friday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge video chatted with families who support the Shout 85258 mental health support service. In the clip, the royal couple learned about the circumstances that led 12-year-old Jack to reach out to Shout and the life-saving impact that his text conversation had.

For the occasion, the 39-year-old duchess looked chic in a black-and-white polka dot button-down blouse from the French brand Equipment. The piece, which hasn't sold out online (yet), is 100 percent silk and features a spread collar and long sleeves, which are cuffed at the wrists. She topped off the look with her go-to drop hoop earrings from Accessorize (which we’ve also seen on multiple occasions).

And this isn’t the first time we’ve seen this top. Middleton previously wore it during the royal tour of Ireland, specifically while playing a game of table tennis at Savannah House, a residential facility run by charity Extern, just north of Dublin.

She also donned the piece back in September of 2019 when she paid a visit to Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre in London.

If we looked this good in polka dots, we’d rewear this gorgeous top too.

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