Kate Middleton looks nifty as she’s once again thrifty with pink frock

Pretty in pink: Kate Middleton's dress of the moment
Pretty in pink: Kate Middleton's dress of the moment© Rex Features

Kate Middleton looked as gorgeous as ever as she attended the Diamond Jubilee garden party yesterday afternoon.

For fashion lovers keen to see what the Duchess was wearing, she did not disappoint, as she rocked an elegant, £1,200, pale pink Emilia Wickstead dress.

But it’s not the first time Kate, or Catherine as she is officially known, has stepped out in this pretty number.

Kate fans will recognise the dress from two weeks ago, when she wore it for the Sovereign's lunch in honour of the Queen's Jubilee at Windsor Castle.

This time she accessorised the gown with a beautiful Jane Corbett hat, which complemented the dress perfectly, along with her trusty nude LK Bennett pumps – her favourites.

Kate has been praised for her ‘thrifty’ ways and the fact she’s not afraid to step out in the same dress more than once – Hollywood A-Listers should take note.

No one approves more of Kate’s sensible approach to fashion than her grandmother-in-law – the Queen.

She is said to be a big fan of Kate’s elegant style and has praised her approach to her wardrobe, proud that she recycles outfits and isn’t afraid to combine high-street with designer labels.

In an article dedicated to the Queen as she approaches her Diamond Jubilee celebrations, Roy Strong, a royal historian, claims the monarch has praised the Duchess for her decision not to “spend, spend spend.”

Yesterday, Kate joined the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, and the Queen for the afternoon celebrations, with 8,000 guests invited to Buckingham Palace.

Sadly, Prince William was not able to attend as he was on RAF duty in Anglesey, but he will be reunited with his darling wife and family this weekend as they come together to celebrate the Queen’s 60 year reign.

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