Pregnant Kate Middleton Recycles Jenny Packham Gown for St. Andrews Dinner with Prince William

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Picture perfect. Again.

Kate Middleton and Prince William wrapped their three-day visit to the east coast on Tuesday night with a gala dinner celebrating their alma mater’s 600th anniversary.

And the Duchess wore Jenny Packham. Again.

Kate, who is pregnant with her second child, glowed in an inky blue gown, paired with a set of diamond and emerald earrings and matching bracelet and her favorite pair of Jimmy Choo heels.

The dress, which still retails for (probably) more than you make in a paycheck, is made of petrol-hued silk. The Duchess, 32, has worn the gown twice already, most recently at a gala at London’s National Portrait Gallery earlier this year.


[courtesy of Splash News Online]

In his speech, the Duke, also 32, told the 450 guests, “I don’t need to tell you how much St. Andrews means to me and Catherine.” [via The Daily Mail]

The couple, who celebrated their three-year wedding anniversary this past April, first met at the university and became fast friends before developing a romantic relationship.

Earlier in the day, the Prince made a solo trip to the Empire State Building with New York Mayor Bill de Blasio. Kate and Will also attended a lunch celebrating British talent (including Sir Patrick Stewart). In the morning, Prince George’s parents laid a bouquet of white roses at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and took a private tour.

According to royal reporter Rebecca English, the couple took an overnight flight back to the UK and landed early this morning.

Launch the gallery, above, to see more photos from William and Kate’s fancy night out.

[Fashion info via What Kate Wore]