Kate Middleton recycles Katherine Hooker outfit for wedding

The weekend brought with it another formal occasion which presented one more opportunity for Kate Middleton to recycle her wardrobe. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the wedding of Prince William's cousin and Princess Diana's niece, Lady Emily McCorquodale, on Saturday.

For the June wedding, Kate opted to wear a few familiar pieces including a light grey silk 'Buxton' coat by Katherine Hooker. She wore the very same jacket a year ago at the Order of the Garter ceremony. The young royal also revived a printed Jenny Packham dress which she was first seen wearing last July at a polo match in Santa Barbara during a royal tour of North America.

For the weekend wedding, Kate chose to wear her hair in a loose braided half up 'do. She also sported yet another recycled piece - a cappuccino-coloured 1940s-inspired fascinator designed by The Whiteley Hat Company. The Duchess first wore the hat to last year's Epsom Derby, when she teamed it with a cream Reiss dress and Joseph jacket. Finishing off her look were those nude LK Bennett heels again (no surprises there). The Duchess seems to be living in these heels lately and why not, especially if they are comfortable and do the job? Having said that, a change is as good as a holiday.