Kate Middleton is a known fashion icon but, lately, she has been rewearing some of her most iconic outfits, as she shared the results of her "5 Big Questions on the Under Fives" survey.

Keep scrolling to see the recycled looks for yourself...

Kate Middleton easily takes the crown as the most stylish royal in the world.

The mom of 3 has been praised for her fashion looks ever since she entered the royal family over 9 years ago.

Her fashion ensembles are often snapped up by fans wanting to emulate her trademark style...

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And the Duchess frequently receives praise for favoring high street brands over luxury labels.

Kate's influence on the fashion scene hasn't gone unnoticed...

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And it's clear to see why.

Kate Middleton is the queen of royal rewears...

And this week, she has been seen in some of her most iconic getups.

That's right, Kate has been recycling some of her favorite outfits...

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While sharing the results of her "5 Big Questions on the Under Fives" survey about the early years of childhood.

In a recent Instagram video, she revealed some shocking statistics...

That just 1 in 4 people recognize the importance of the first 5 years of a child’s life.

During the video, Kate wore the striking blue Reiss "Trina" dress...

Which she wore back in 2012 during her first-ever royal speech.

Even her mother, Carole Middleton, wore the same piece in 2010 for the Royal Ascot.

Kate has clearly inherited the fashion gene.

Kate also wore a white blazer from Zara...

Which has been a staple in her closet for years.

It features a waffle-weave and metal buttons...

She last wore it in 2016 during her royal tour of Canada with Prince William as well as the year after, on her visit to the 1851 Trust roadshow.

In one video, Kate answered questions about the early years, that was given in by Instagram users.

She could be seen wearing a purple blouse by Gucci with a necktie, the same top she wore in March 2019, to visit the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre.

Although this time Kate changed up the blouse a little...

Fans instantly recognized that she was wearing her shirt backward. Although she could have had the top customized with buttons at the front.

Kate revealed another shocking insight from her survey while showing off her polka dot blouse...

Which was also recycled from 2019.

Kate wore the top in September 2019 for a similar mission...

To visit the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre.

She also sported some outfits from earlier in the year...

The pink blazer that she wore to visit a call center run by the London Ambulance Service in March.

Although Kate isn't the only royal to recycle her clothes, Queen Elizabeth is also known for being a little thrifty...

“Her Majesty is always thrifty," Angela Kelly, the Queen’s dressmaker, wrote in her 2019 memoir The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, The Dresser and the Wardrobe. "After two or three outings, a piece will have become familiar to the media and the public, so we will either look for ways to modify it or it will become something that is worn on private holidays at Balmoral or Sandringham."

The Duchess has made early childhood years a central area of her work over the years as a royal.

And it wasn't becoming a mom that sparked her interest in the subject.

In fact, she was interested in the topic way before Prince George came along.

“People often ask why I care so passionately about the early years. Many mistakenly believe that my interest stems from having children of my own," Kate explained. "While of course, I care hugely about their start in life, this ultimately sells the issue short."

She continued...

“Parenthood isn't a prerequisite for understanding the importance of the early years. If we only expect people to take an interest in the early years when they have children, we are not only too late for them, we are underestimating the huge role others can play in shaping our most formative years too."

How amazing is that?

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