With Kate Middleton and Prince William's upcoming meeting with the new Archie set for later this week, the Duchess Of Cambridge continued her usual royal duties looking chic as ever.
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Ever one to recycle a previous outfit that's worked for her, Middleton opted for an oldie but a goodie, wearing a navy to attend an exhibition marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day at Bletchley Park.
The mother of three paired the printed shirt dress with a pair of pastel blue pointed stilettos by , delicate drop earrings and her signature glossy blowdry.
It seems Kate is a forever fan of the spotty print, having (despite the 10,500 miles separation) last year, and also sporting the Alessandra Rich dress (which incidentally a guest wore to Meghan Markle's wedding in 2018) in an official photograph alongside Prince Louis, and Prince Charles.
Taken by royal photographer Chris Jackson, the photo - released to coincide with the airing of BBC’s documentary, Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70 and printed on the front page of the Daily Express - sees the six-month-old grasp his grandfather's hands while in the arms of Kate, who looks on with a smile.
The Duchess' dress, made of Crepe de Chine fabric, is worth £1,225 and was previously seen on at the royal wedding in May.
The original outing of the look came just two weeks after Middleton wore a Whistles burgundy at a reception for BBC Radio 1's Teen Heroes.
The same week, the Duchess of Sussex wore a now sold-out high-street polka-dot dress by Swedish brand &Other Stories during her royal tour 'Down Under'.
Sporting the print yet again at the Women's singles final of Wimbledon last summer, the duchess wore a stunning cream and black polka-dot Jenny Packham dress to cheer on Meghan's BFF, Serena Williams.
In 2016, the royal wore a polka dot blue Altuzarra dress for a visit to the Steward's Academy on Harlow.
Meanwhile, in 2013, the star wore a powder blue polka dot shift dress again by Jenny Packham following the birth of Prince George at the Lindo Wing, St Mary's Hospital.
The dress was widely believed to pay tribute to the late Princess Diana who wore a similar printed dress following the birth of Prince William in 1982.
We can all agree, the royal has long been a fan of polka dot printed dresses.