Kate Middleton puts Prince George's christening dress to good use at Queen Elizabeth's garden party


Kate Middleton recycled one of her wardrobe's best for an afternoon of tea with the Queen. The stylish royal stepped out on Tuesday for a garden party wearing the same creme Alexander McQueen ensemble that she wore to her son Prince George's christening back in 2013.


Kate rewore this Alexander McQueen outfit from 2013 Photos: Getty Images

The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by her husband Prince William for the Queen's sunshine-filled event held at Buckingham Palace. The party marked KATE MIDDLETON'S TOP RECYCLED LOOKS

The fancy affair inspired the royal mom-of-two to dig deep into her covetable wardrobe for the tailored Alexander McQueen outfit. Kate completed her look with a Jane Taylor pillbox hat and her beloved L.K. Bennett nude pumps.


The recycled ensemble for the garden party comes one day after Kate attended the Chelsea Flower Show for the first time wearing a vibrant green coat dress by Catherine Walker, which she wore during her royal tour of Australia and New Zealand back in 2014.

While the 34-year-old once again stunned at the event, Kate wasn't the only fashionable royal at the May 24 party. Queen Elizabeth dazzled in an eye-catching blue Stewart Parvin coat and matching Rachel Trevor-Morgan hat. Meanwhile Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie showed off their unique style in printed dresses. Prince William looked equally sharp in tails and a top hat.

Every spring and summer, the Queen invites hundreds of guests to roam the gardens outside of Buckingham Palace. And while getting to see the royal family up close is a rare treat in itself, partygoers receive the royal treatment to the tune of 7,000 cups of tea, 20,000 sandwiches and 20,000 slices of cake. Buckingham Palace gave royal fans a peak at a selection of delectable cakes that guests would be snacking on at the Tuesday soiree.