Kate Middleton Just Rewore Her Christmas Dress (& Showed Off Her New Hairstyle)

Kate Middleton doesn’t mess around when it comes to picking out the perfect outfit for each and every royal engagement. And for her latest Zoom event, she opted for royal rewear that she hasn’t donned since last Christmas.

In honor of Burns Night, Scotland's celebration of poet Robert Burns, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sent a special virtual message to frontline workers at NHS Tayside thanking them for their continued work during the coronavirus pandemic.

“We know Burns Night is a special evening for Scots around the world—a time to come together to eat, drink and to celebrate the life and work of Robert Burns," Will said in the clip shot from the family’s country home in Norfolk. "As a token of our appreciation, we’ve teamed up with NHS Charities Together to provide you with a Haggis dinner.” How sweet.

Middleton made sure to dress up for the occasion and donned a red, black and white tartan dress (reportedly from Emilia Wickstead). The piece, which features a crisp white color and matching white cuffs, was likely chosen because the pattern is closely associated with the country.

It didn’t take long for us to realize that this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the ensemble. In fact, the 39-year-old last wore the piece during Queen Elizabeth’s annual Christmas lunch back in 2019. And while only her sleeves and crisp white collar were visible as she sat in the car (there were no official photos from the event), she looked incredibly chic and in the holiday spirit while arriving with Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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A new hairstyle and a royal rewear? 2021 looks good on you, Kate.

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