Prince George, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Christening

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We're beyond positive she didn't mean to, but let's be honest: Kate Middleton has stolen the spotlight once again (Sorry, Prince George!).

During the royal christening ceremony in London Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge was the picture of elegance in a ruffled Alexander McQueen coat dress.

The cream ensemble closely matched the color of the wee Prince's own robe. Kate's look, however, came with a matching Jane Taylor fascinator—one of her favorite accessories.

The last time we saw the brunette beauty on Oct. 18, she opted for a much more casual look while visiting a SportsAid charity event in London last Friday. She rocked J Brand skinny jeans and navy Smythe blazer combo, which she has worn out twice before.

Of course, we knew she'd wear something a little more special than jeans for this once-in-a-lifetime ceremony at the Chapel Royal in St. James' Palace. And while Jenny Packham was her go-to for the royal baby's debut back in July and again for her first return to the red carpet in September, it seems she was ready to show another British designer some love. Turns out, it was the same one she went to when it was time to create her wedding dress for the royal wedding, as you might remember.

By her side was hubby Prince William, who looked dapper in a navy suit with sky blue tie. Not to be forgotten (not that he ever could be), Prince George also looked extra adorable in a white all white Spitalfields silk-satin gown made by the Queen's couturier, Angela Kelly.

But despite the pomp and circumstance surrounding the 3-month-old's attire, it will surely be Kate's ensemble that causes hoards of women to crash websites later today in order to nab the look.

What do you think of Kate's latest look?

(Originally published Oct. 23, 2013 at 7:41 a.m. PT)

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