Kate Middleton realized what many dreams of moms out of three last night when she slipped into a thin dress she wore six years ago, pre-kids.
Kate – who has returned to "work" after taking six months of maternity leave – recently released for her first public engagement after the birth of her third child, Prince Louis.
Last night the Duchess of Cambridge, 36, recycled a spectacular dressing gown by Jenny Packham.
previously wore the long dress to the floor in 2012 and made it look charming when wearing it today at the Tusk Conservation Awards.
The first time she wore the dress with lace sleeves and a beaded Swarovski belt, the Duchess of Cambridge wore her hair in an elegant up-do bun, but this time she kept her branded padlocks that flowing.
He paired the stunning diving suit with a matching turquoise clutch and his engagement ring.
Kate also recycled £ 450 ($ 81
Previously wore the bold green dress for 2012 The Greatest Team Rises – BOA Olympic Concert held at the Royal Albert Hall in London and seemed just as sensational today as she
The Duchess is a big fan of clothes by Jenny Packham and presented all three of her sons to the world while wearing the label.
Royal fans were quick to take Twitter to share how incredible Kate saw tonight in the dazzling green prom dress.
One wrote: "Also, in that place of my life where I see the dress that Kate Middleton wore tonight and shrieked in my head REHEVOLE _LA_ DRESS MY FAVORITE JENNY PACKHAM."
It is said that the Duchess has a close working relationship with the designer, coming out for his first state banquet, the BAFTAs, an Olympic concert, film premieres and tours in Japan and India while wearing his creations.
Kate Middleton is not the only star to be a keen on the luxury brand, with Jenny Packham also featuring celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Blake Lively, Taylor Swift, Kate Hudson, Jennifer Lopez and Oprah even among its customers.
It is now known that Kate Middleton is rather thrifty when it comes to her wardrobe options and likes to recycle her favorite clothes from time to time.
These are just a few examples, you can see a complete gallery of her recycled clothes on Vogue.
Last night the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge seemed in a good mood when they arrived at the Banqueting House in London, where Prince William gave a speech and gave three prizes.
She is a special guest for Prince William, who became a Royal Patron of Tusk in December 2005.
She often supported the organization, which aims to promote conservation and combat the illegal trade in wild animals.
The Tusk Trust was founded in 1990 at the height of the previous poaching crisis, when thousands of elephants and rhinos were slaughtered.
Prince William said: "African wildlife is suffering as well as its people.
" Like many others, I am deeply saddened by the number of elephant, rhino and pangolin that have been illegally slaughtered for their fangs, horns and scales. But the illegal trade in wild animals also has a devastating human impact.
"Too many courageous braves are tragically killed every year by poachers, communities see their tourist livelihoods threatened, and the proceeds from the illegal wildlife trade finance larger criminal networks and threaten security." 19659003] because I pledge to do everything possible to help end this terrible global crime. This will be a particular focus of my next visit to Africa, and of course the conference on the illegal wildlife trade to be held here in London in October. "
– With The Sun UK