We stan a thrifty queen! Scroll on for every single time Kate Middleton rocked the same look twice. Royals, eh? They're just like us.

The 2020 BAFTAs.

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Kate rocked this long, embellished gown to the awards ceremony.

But it was actually a second outing!

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Kate wore the same dress to an official dinner hosted by Malaysia's Head of State Sultan back in 2012!

A thinktank at Birmingham Science Museum.

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Early this month, Kate rocked some classic black flares.

Clearly, they're a wardrobe staple.

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She also wore them to the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in London in 2019.

The National Portrait Gallery Workshop At Evelina London Children's Hospital.

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Last month, Kate opted for a stunning tweed skirt suit.

Mental Health In Education conference.

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She also wore it last year - and we can see why.

Addiction Awareness Week Gala Dinner.

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Kate opted for a sleek, off-the-shoulder cream gown last summer.

And not for the first time.

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She also chose the beautiful dress when presenting The Art Fund Museum Of The Year 2016 Prize.

Opening the The Nook Children Hospice.

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Last November, she opted for this vibrant Oscar de la Renta two-piece.

She also wore it to the Royal Opera House in January 2019.

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Hey - if we owned this we'd wear it every day.

The Guild Of Health Writers Conference

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The first time she wore the look was way back in 2017!

The Naming Ceremony For The RSS Sir David Attenborough.

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Kate opted for a chic blue two piece in September 2019.

But it's been a favorite for a long time.

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Here she is wearing it to the 75th Anniversary of RAF Air Cadets in 2016.

And again!

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At the D-Day Landings Are Commemorated In Normandy in 2014.

She also wore it on the Australia And New Zealand.

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This was also back in 2014. Clearly it's a favorite!

The Bletchley Park D-Day Exhibition.

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In 2019, Kate opted for this beautiful polka dot maxi dress.

But that wasn't its first appearance.

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She also wore it for the official photo for Prince Charles's 70th birthday back in 2018.

The Portrait Gala 2019.

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This dress is an absolute showstopper.

She changed up the sleeves for a different vibe.

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But she rocked the look to the 2017 BAFTAs, too!

Commonwealth Day 2019.

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The red dress coat and pillbox hat made for an eye-catching look.

She also wore it on the Australia And New Zealand tour.

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This was back in 2014.

Dundee visit.

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Kate wore this tartan shift to the V&A opening in Dundee in 2019.

But not for the first time!

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She also rocked the look on Christmas day in 2013!

And again in 2012.

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Who would have thought it would make such a great croquet look!

Kate wore this pink gown to the Queen's Christmas lunch in 2018.

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And it's another clear wardrobe favorite.

She also wore in back in 2011.

Another dress we can clearly see warrants a repeat.

The Tusk Conservation Awards.

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This teal gown made for a stunning look back in 2018.

She also wore it to the BOA Olympic Concert.

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This was way back when in 2012.

The Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit.

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In 2018, she went for this lilac shift dress.

And looks how it corresponds with Charlotte!

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Too cute - during an official Polish visit in 2017.

Prince Harry's Wedding.

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This cream coat was the perfect look for the big day.

Trooping The Colour 2016.

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She rocked the same look for the Queen's birthday parade.

But it's first outing?

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Well, that was for Princess Charlotte's christening, back in 2015.

Coventry visit, 2018.

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This pink coat marked a trip to Coventry Cathedral.

Not for the first time.

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Here she wore it in 2014 for a trip to the National September 11 Memorial Museum.

The Thames River Pageant.

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Kate wore this for the river parade, as a part of the Diamond Jubilee, marking the 60th anniversary, back in 2012.

She wore the same look in 2014.

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Pictured with the Queen at the Dramatic Arts reception at Buckingham Palace.

The Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party.

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And here's the same dress again in 2015!

University Of St Andrews, 2011.

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Kate chose this to wear while announcing her engagement. Big day!

The Australia and New Zealand tour.

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And who knew it was also ideal for cricket - as Kate proved in 2014!

Audience with the Duke of Edinburgh.

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Kate also went for the classic red coat in 2015.

And it seems she's partial to any red coat.

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Here she is at a Unicef Facility in Denmark in 2011.

She wore it again in 2012.

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Where she chose it to attend the Wales Versus New Zealand Autumn International rugby game.

The red coat is a total fave.

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She wore it to the Royal British Legions London Poppy Day Appeal at Kensington Palace in 2013.

And again!

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During a visit to RAF Valley on February 18, 2016.

Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Parade

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Kate selected a pale pink coat for the big day.

She also wore it in 2015.

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To the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey - truly a coat for all occasions.

The 2014 Australia And New Zealand Tour.

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The peplum dress is a little more glam for the Duchess.

The dress so nice, she wore it twice.

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Visiting the "Vogue 100: A Century Of Style" exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery on May 4, 2016.

The Wedding Of Laura Parker Bowles & Harry Lopes

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Looking a little exhausted - hey, we would too with all these public appearances.

Zara Phillips Marries Mike Tindall In Edinburgh

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A brocade coat and statement hat were perfect to celebrate the occasion in 2011.

But it's a look that can multitask.

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See - minus the hat at the 2012 Paralympic games.

Diamond Jubilee - Carriage Procession And Balcony Appearance

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Kate opted for a beige lacy number in 2012.

And again in 2014!

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Remove the belt and you basically have a whole new dress!

Prince William, Duke Of Cambridge Is Installed As A Knight Of The Thistle

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For this prestigious 2012 ceremony, she again opted for beige.

With another versatile coat!

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She wore it again during their 2016 tour of India & Bhutan.

A splash of color!

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This green coat made an appearance at the 2014 Australia and New Zealand tour.

And again at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show.

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We swear these pictures were taken on different days!

She looks good in green.

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At the War Memorial at the Cambridge Town Hall on April 12, 2014.

And again at the The Tour De France Grand Depart in 2014.

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Side note - what the hell is Prince William wearing?

St Thomas' Hospital in London on March 10, 2016

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This green coat is the gift that keeps on giving.

December 25, 2011.

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Her first official Christmas as a royal!

But she recycled the coat!

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At the Official Launch of The Football Association's National Football Centre, St George's Park in 2012.

And again in 2015.

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Visiting North Wales in November.

Christmas Day 2015.

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Another dark green coat - a woman can never have too many!

Hey, she looks good in 'em.

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At St Catherine's Primary School in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Same color, different garm.

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The first date of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee tour of the UK in 2012.

On repeat.

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At a charity event in 2015.

Gala Dinner In Aid Of Action On Addiction

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She opted for a black gown in 2013.

The Portrait Gala 2014: Collecting to Inspire

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Nothing wrong with doubling up!

The three-peat!

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At the St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Dinner on December 9, 2014 in New York City.

A blue tweed suit in 2012.

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Attending a celebration of the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the South Pole.

Again in 2014.

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At the Australia and New Zealand tour in 2014.

One more time.

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Visiting a school in aid of a mental health charity in 2016.

Another blue tweed look.

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This one's subtly different though - shopping with family in 2012.

Perfect for watching sports with the Queen!

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During Jubilee celebrations in 2012.

And for thrift shopping!

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Trying on a hat in 2016.

She does love tweed.

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On the 2014 Australia and New Zealand tour.

Once again ...

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As she officially opens The Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace on May 4, 2016.

Now for the blue dress era.

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Starting at The National Portrait Gallery on July 19, 2012.

She sure loved this frock.

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Again at the match between Andy Murray of Great Britain and Nicolas Almagro of Spain in the Quarterfinal of Men's Singles Tennis on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

And again ...

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At a charity event in 2014.

At the Tower Of London's Ceramic Poppy Field.

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In August of 2014.

Ok, moving on!

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This patterned dress was another fave - seen here in 2014.

At Harrow College to mark World Mental Health Day on October 10, 2015.

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The perfect accessory? A massive bouquet.

Now for something more dramatic.

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At the UK premiere of War Horse in 2012.

Add a red purse ...

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And you're ready for the the University of St. Andrews 600th Anniversary Appeal at Middle Temple Hall on November 8, 2012.

Shocking, right.

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To attend the screening of David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive in 2013.

Royal Visit To 'The Prince's Foundation For Children And The Arts'

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A grey dress with pleated skirt detail in 2012.

And again in 2015.

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At charity Chance UK's Early Intervention Programme at Islington Town Hall.

Yet another coat dress.

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In Windsor, England, in 2011.

Again for Emily McCorquodale's and James Hutt's Wedding.

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In Grantham, England in 2012.

A stunning embellished shift.

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At the UK premiere of "African Cats" in 2012.

At the Place2Be Headteacher Conference.

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Paired with a black clutch in 2015.

A pearly pleated dress.

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At The UK's Creative Industries Reception in 2012.

Taking the hair down.

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For a lunch in support of the Anna Freud Centre in 2016.

A check dress for table tennis.

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At Bacon's College in London, England in 2012.

Also great for a trip to Ayers Rock in 2014.

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Truly, a versatile piece.

White lace ...

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On the 2014 tour of Australia and New Zealand. Must have been a hefty suitcase!

Also great for the tennis court.

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At the Simone Halep v. Sabine Lisicki match on center court during day nine of the Wimbledon Championships at Wimbledon on July 2, 2014.

Another white dress - but this one is semi-blazer.

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At the Diamond Jubilee tour in 2012 in Singapore.

Also good for touring India and Bhutan.

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Here seen in 2016.

Frilly in pale yellow.

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At Prince George's Christening in 2013.

Good enough for take two!

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