Kate Middleton has proved time and time again that she’s just like everyone else and has a few staple pieces in her closet she likes to re-wear. The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out Friday in Holt, Norfolk, for a royal engagement wearing a grayish-blue tweed Missoni coat. If the stylish garment looks familiar, that’s because she’s worn it a few times before.
Middleton has been photographed in the same exact coat — from the brand’s 2010 collection — at several different functions, including a 2012 trip to Nottingham and in 2014 at her friends Lucy Meade and Charlie Budgett’s wedding.
According to the blog What Kate Wore, the 34-year-old mother of two paired the coat with a blue dress from Zara and blue suede pumps. Reportedly, Middleton first wore the lightweight dress in 2011 following her wedding to Prince William.
Middleton was in Norfolk to help open a new store for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), an organization that provides care for children suffering from life-threatening illnesses and their families. E! News reports that the Duchess greeted people waiting outside the store and cut a ribbon at the entrance to celebrate the opening.
“We are delighted The Duchess of Cambridge will be taking the time to help us celebrate the opening of our new shop in the beautiful town of Holt,” said Tracy Rennie, EACH Director of Care in a statement to the outlet. “We’re really looking forward to becoming an integral part of the town’s thriving and friendly community, and are confident local residents will help us make the shop a great success.”
The new store, which marks EACH’s 21st location, sells donated items in order to help raise money for its cause. According to E!, Middleton did a little browsing while in the store and bought a Fireman Sam’s Favourite Tales book and a Beatrix Potter Tom Kitten figurine, most likely for her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Check out other times Middleton wore her tweed Missoni coat below: