The Duchess of Cambridge looked absolutely beautiful and elegant as she joined her husband William for a day of engagements in Luton on Wednesday, 24 August.
With temperatures soaring, Kate, 34, opted for a pretty white LK Bennett dress with blue flower detailing.
And if you think it looks familiar, then it is! Kate previously wore this frock during a royal tour of Brisbane, Australia in 2014!
Lorraine Kelly wore the red version of the dress in 2014 as well.
Kate and William, 34, started their day by visiting young people and workers at the Youthscape charity in Bute Mills, which was reopened in April 2016 after a £3.2 million renovation. The charity works with young people on mental health and emotional wellbeing, as well as training youth workers.
Their visit to Luton will also include a stop at the Keech Hospice Care, where they'll speak to families, friends and volunteers before attending a reception and unveiling a plaque to celebrate 25 years of the hospice.
Kate and William's final stop of the day is at the Hayward Tyler business park, where they'll present The Queen's Award for Enterprise (International Trade) and officially open the new Centre of Excellence.
The royals are currently preparing to jet off to Canada next month for a one-week tour. They'll be bringing Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one, with them, marking the latter's very first royal tour.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit British Columbia and Yukon, Canada, from 24 September to 1 October pic.twitter.com/UUeMK0DybB— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) August 22, 2016