The Duchess of Cambridge wore a McQueen coat dress to Prince Louis' christening on Monday - after wearing the designer for both George and Charlotte's big days.
She teamed the ensemble with a very striking hat by Jane Taylor, consisting of a wide cream band trimmed with white flowers.
The mother-of-three accessorised with new pearl cluster earrings and wore her signature nude heels.
36, seems eager to stick to at tried and tested outfit formula for her
children's christenings after wearing very similar ensembles to the
ceremonies for her older two.
For Prince George's christening in October 2013, Kate wore a stunning cream ruffled suit by Alexander McQueen, the same designer behind her wedding dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a McQueen coat dress to Prince Louis ' christening - after wearing the designer for both George and Charlotte's big days.
The Duchess left the chapel carrying Prince Louis while William emerged hand-in-hand with George and Charlotte
Princess Charlotte was adorable
in a patterned blue dress, while Prince George was dressed in a white
Peter Pan collar shirt and his signature shorts
At Princess Charlotte's
baptism in 2013, she wore a similar primrose yellow silk tailored coat,
also by McQueen to the ceremony at St Mary Magdalene Church at
She recycled the same outfit for Harry and Meghan's wedding at St George's chapel in Windsor in May this year, within weeks of giving birth to Prince Louis.
However, she faced criticism from some
quarters with onlookers claiming the pale yellow colour was too close to
white to wear to a wedding.
The Duchess is currently enjoying a spell out of the limelight as she focuses on Prince Louis who was born on 25 April.
The Duchess looked in excellent spirits as she chatted to the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby outside the chapel
Kate looked radiant as she greeted the Archbishop of Canterbury outside the chapel
was announced in March when she went on maternity leave that she would
appear at a few family occasions over the summer, but will not resume
official duties until the Autumn.
first public appearance after introducing Louis to the world on the
steps of the Lindo Wing was at Harry and Meghan's wedding just over
three weeks later.
She also joined the royals on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping The Colour on 9th June.
The Duchess opted for McQueen for Princess Charlotte's Christening at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate