It’s recycling day for Duchess Kate as she re-wears blue Eponine coat dress

The car may be flashy but Duchess Kate? Never. (Photo: Nigel Roddis, Getty Images)

Though she was visiting a new facility owned by over-the-top supercar maker McLaren, Duchess Kate didn’t opt for an flashy fresh look Wednesday and instead decided to recycle a classy coat-dress from her enviable wardrobe.

She wore the prim, royal blue, belted Eponine coat dress with a pleated skirt for the opening of McLaren Automotive’s new Composites Technology Centre in Rotherham, England, located a little more than three hours northwest of London. 

She opened the British car maker’s new design center with husband Prince William.

Kate, the queen of royal wardrobe recycling, last wore the ensemble back in January 2017. She even brought back her trusty navy suede heels and the diamond-and-sapphire earrings that match her engagement ring, which once belonged to Princess Diana.

The dress as seen on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018. (Photo: Samir Hussein, Samir Hussein/WireImage)

The only differences? This time, she left her hair down and toted a navy leather Smythson clutch. Here’s a look at the Eponine outfit from back then:

Flashback to Jan. 11, 2017. (Photo: WILL OLIVER, EPA)

The couple is also scheduled to make a stop at Centrepoint in Barnsley, a shelter that provides accommodation, health services and vocational training to the homeless.

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