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15 May 2019, 15:51
Kate Middleton stepped out this week in a very royal ensemble inspired by the late Princess Diana.
Kate Middleton was back to royal duties this week as the Duchess of Cambridge visited the D-Day exhibition at Bletchley Park.
For the occasion, Prince William’s wife dressed in a stunning navy and white polka dot Alessandra Rich dress, complete with a white Peter Pan collar.
The spotty dress is almost identical to a dress Diana wore back in 1985.
In pictures taken from a photo-call at Kensington Palace, Diana can be seen wearing a white and navy polka dot dress, complete with a large white collar.
The only difference between Diana and Kate’s dresses is the blue bow styled around the Princess of Wales’ collar.
We have in fact already seen Kate wear this Alessandra Rich dress, in 2018 when she celebrated Prince Charles’ 70th birthday with the rest of the royal family with a intimate family portrait.
If you’re keen to get Kate and Diana’s look, you might have to save up as it currently retails at £1750.
In other royal news, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are settling into parenthood after welcoming their first child, Archie, on 6th May.
The Duke of Sussex left Meghan and the newborn for the day shortly after the birth of his son for royal duties, where he travelled to The Netherlands for their Invictus Games.
During his trip, he was gifted a tiny Invictus Games baby grow by Princess Margriet of the Netherlands.