Duchess Catherine recycles one of her most glamorous outfits ever for gala dinner

Duchess Catherine

The Duchess of Cambridge has had a busy old week so far - attending Trooping the Colour over the weekend, and visiting Cumbria with her husband Prince William just a few days ago.

And last night, she carried on with her packed schedule, attending a glamorous gala dinner in recognition of Addiction Awareness Week, a cause she's thrown her support behind as part of her royal work.

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As she rocked up to the event, her fans were likely left delighted, as the Duchess opted to re-wear one of her most glamorous outfits of her royal career.

Catherine decided on her white, off-the-shoulder Barbara Casasola dress for the occasion, a chic midi dress. The Duchess of Cambridge made the look extra glitzy too, with a pair of glittering diamond silver Jimmy Choo heels, and a £3,000 pair of diamond earrings.

The Duchess first wore the Barbara Casasola dress back in 2016, at the Art Fund Museum of the Year awards. Back then, she accessorised the dress with some peach strap heels.

But both times, the mum-of-three completed her look with her signature bouncy blow-dry, for which she has become so well-known.

Her fans also appeared to love seeing the glamorous dress again, with one writing on Instagram, 'Love it when she recycles a look especially this one. So chic 👍'.

While another also said, 'She really does look amazing! I love her outfit!'.

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During the evening, Catherine delivered a powerful, pre-dinner speech to the room of guests, revealing that the charity hosting the dinner, Action on Addiction, is one that's always been very important to her.

She said, "Action on Addiction was one of my very first patronages, and as such, it is very close to my heart.

"I'm hugely passionate about the support it provides, especially for parents, children and families who suffer from, or through, addiction. And in some ways, it was the catalyst for my interest in early childhood development."