Kate Middleton wowed in head-to-toe pastel shades as she visited the National Portrait Gallery to view photographs from her British Vogue cover shoot that were put up in an exhibition titled “Vogue 100: A Century of Style” in London on Wednesday. The thrifty royal was at her sartorial best as she recycled her favorite pale pink Alexander McQueen dress for the occasion. She is the new cover girl of the fashion bible for its June centenary issue.

Kate’s pale pink or blush-colored dress featured a plunging “V” neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a knee-length pleated skirt. The light-weight wool blend dress had a peplum detailing near the waist and showed off her slender frame. The Duchess of Cambridge complemented her dress with blush tones, wearing nude court shoes and carried a matching box clutch.

Adding some spark to her ensemble and accessorized with a Monica Vinader Diamond Cluster Bib necklace with matching drop earrings. She also wore a metal watch and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring that originally belonged to Princess Diana. The royal mom chose natural tones for her make-up with rose blush, nude lips and her signature smoky eyes.

Kate long brunette tresses were styled into her favorite bouncy and glossy blow-dry and styled in waves. The duchess was given a private tour and spent a few minutes seeing her photographs. She chatted to British photographer Josh Olins, who took the pictures and Alexandra Shulman, editor-in-chief of British Vogue was also there to show her around.

The 34-year-old was pictured in the same pale pink confection during the royal tour of New Zealand and Australia in 2014. The dress is already sold out and exuded a very feminine vibe.

At the Anna Freud Center she looked stunning in a dove gray Roksanda dress. The “Peridot” draped wool and crepe dress is by Serbian designer Roksana Ilincic and featured a sleeveless detailing on one side and the other side had cap sleeves. It also had an asymmetrical neckline and a ruched detailing. She paired it with the same nude pumps and the box clutch.

Kate accessorized with a pair of silver drop earrings and a matching delicate necklace with pendant by Mappin & Webb. Her long locks were left loose and styled into a twisted ‘do’ and fastened with clips at the back. This is one of her favorite hair looks that the duchess has been sporting lately. Kate has worn the Roksanda dress several times before — first time when she arrived in Los Angeles in July of 2011 and the second time for a glitzy bash at the Royal Academy of Arts in July 2012.

The mother-of-two had a very busy day with three engagements. Kate opened the Magic Garden, a newly-unveiled children’s play area in a recycled Michael Kors coat dress, LK Bennett nude heels, clutch bag, and sheer tights. She wore the Roksanda dress beneath the coat.