Kate Middleton has recycled yet another one of her famous looks, and this time, it's one of her favorite casual ensembles.
The mother of one wore her go-to Zara double-breasted blazer, skinny jeans, navy Stuart Weitzman wedges and a striped Brenton tee from Me + Em when she arrived at the Royal New Zealand Air Force base of Whenuapai, near Auckland, on Friday for a sailing race with her husband Prince William.
The fitted jacket, which features gold buttons, was available for just £79.99 (about $134), then fans recognized the look on Middleton and the blazer sold out within just a few hours after the brunette beauty's appearance.
This is hardly the first time Kate has been seen wearing a similar style. She previously stepped out—first back in 2011—wearing almost identical pieces which she paired with a ruffled blouse while visiting Canada with the Duke of Cambridge in 2011.
Then a year later, while attending a London Olympics event with Prince Harry, she switched up the look with a blue-and-white-striped shirt. And in 2013, she opted to wear an almost identical outfit with a slightly different Ralph Lauren top to a Sports Aid charity event, where she flashed her toned tummy shortly after Prince George's birth.
This is the now the fourth time we've seen the Duchess of Cambridge rocking her favorite outfit, proving the royal knows how to dress her slim and trim figure whether she's attending a high-profile appearance or a more casual event.
And it seems that Kate's son is following suit, as the 8-month-old has already become a trendsetter thanks to his famous parents.
Shortly after Prince William was seen carrying a kangaroo backpack for his little boy while in Sydney, the furry knapsack, which retails for $14.95, immediately sold out.
While her title may be the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton is undoubtedly the queen of fashion.