A dress that brings back the sweetest memories! Kate Middleton visited Harrow College in London on Saturday, Oct. 10, wearing a stunning A-line, black and white dress. But unsurprisingly, that wasn't the first time the famed outfit recycler wore the fitted frock!
The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, debuted the Tory Burch design, complete with pleated details and embellished sleeves, at a very special occasion: Prince George's first official public engagement, a playdate held during the family's tour of Australia and New Zealand in the summer of 2014.
For the recent school visit, Middleton, who shares George and 5-month-old Princess Charlotte with her husband, Prince William, accessorized the monochrome dress with a small black clutch and licorice heels. She also modeled her fresh fringe hairstyle.
Likewise, when she donned the dress in 2014 to attend Plunkett's Parent's Group at Government House in Wellington, New Zealand, the brunette beauty completed her ensemble with ebony pumps. But instead of carrying a purse, Middleton held tight to her adorable son, who cuddled in her arms while clad in smocked overalls.
The date produced one of the cutest photos of the royal family in existence—the one right above, which features George holding onto his mom's shoulder while William smiles in the background. At the time, the photographer, Simon Woolf, told reporters, "[The Duchess] said it was just lovely and that it was her favorite photo of the tour." He also revealed that he presented the royal couple with a black and white version of the snap before they left New Zealand.
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