Catherine Walker was also one of Princess Diana’s favorite designers

By Erin Hill
March 11, 2019 12:28 PM

Kate Middleton had royal fans doing a double take on Monday as she stepped out in a red Catherine Walker coat dress that looked very familiar.

The royal mom of three memorably first wore the ensemble in April 2014 during her tour Down Under with Prince William and Prince George, who was around 9 months old at the time.

Kate stepped off the plane in New Zealand carrying a wiggly George, who enthusiastically kicked his legs as the little royal family made their way onto the tarmac.

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The royal decided to rewear the red coat dress, which features button details and a classic collar, for Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey on Monday. Instead of the pillbox hat she wore in 2014, Kate wore a matching red fascinator.

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Catherine Walker was one of Princess Diana’s favorite designers as well, and Kate has worn several outfits from the fashion house in recent years.

Kate and Prince William joined Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall for the annual service at Westminster Abbey (where Kate and William tied the knot!) alongside the Queen.

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As they arrived, Kate and Meghan greeted each other with a friendly kiss on the cheek. Kate then chatted with Camilla as they awaited the Queen’s arrival.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the modern Commonwealth, which encompasses almost 2.4 billion people, a third of the world’s population.