Kate Middleton is just like us ... she recycles her favorite duds!
The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in an off-the-shoulder midnight blue Jenny Packham gown at the St. Andrews 600th Anniversary dinner, held at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art on Tuesday night.
The brunette beauty previously donned the silk tulle gown in February 2014 and October 2013. This time, she paired the designer dress with dazzling emerald-and-diamond drop earrings and a chic chignon.
And if you're hoping to have a Princess Kate moment of your own, the gown is on sale at U.K. site StyleBop for a cool $2,500.
Kate, who is expecting her second child with Prince William, managed to hide her growing baby bump under the gorgeous gown.
Inside the event, the royal couple joined celebrity guests including Anna Wintour, Seth Meyers, Mary-Kate Olsen and her fiance Olivier Sarkozy.
Earlier in the day, Will and Kate visited the National September 11 Memorial and Museum and attended the Creativity is Great reception, an event focused on the wealth of British talent in the film, fashion, music and art industries based in NYC.
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