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Just like us, the Royal Family is finding new ways of working during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been taking part in numerous video calls to mark annual occasions such as VE Day, as well as to support charities and awareness weeks, including Mental Health Awareness Week and International Nurses Day.
In true form, the duchess, 38, has continued to recycle her wardrobe throughout lockdown, from re-wearing the red LK Bennett dress she debuted at Wimbledon in 2015, to donning a casual Breton striped top first seen at the King’s Cup Regatta last year.
The mum-of-three has also worn several new items, including a £29.99 jumper from Zara and a Sandro cardigan still available to buy from Selfridges.
Here’s a definitive rundown of the Duchess of Cambridge’s Zoom call outfits.
Surprise chat with Sir Andy Murray : the appropriate tennis print dress
The Duchess of Cambridge was joined on a video call with pupils at Bond Primary School, in south London, by surprise guest and Wimbledon champion, Sir Andy Murray. Her outfit couldn’t have been more appropriate, as she wore the HVN Maria Belted printed Silk Crepe De Chine Midi Dress, which is emblazoned with tennis players, for the call.
Assembly for Oak National Academy: the affordable M&S printed dress
Our Patron, The Duchess of Cambridge, will lead an assembly on Kindness using a @Place2Be plan from our https://t.co/HDNqguQ6en site, where schools can find hundreds of resources to help them support their pupils' wellbeing.— Anna Freud NCCF (@AFNCCF) June 17, 2020
Catch it tomorrow at 11:00am on @OakNational! pic.twitter.com/galqfFCv5G
Kate can be seen leading an online assembly for Oak National Academy wearing a Printed Yoke Midi Waisted Dress from Marks& Spencer in a pre-recorded Zoom call, which will be released in full at 10am on 18 June.
The Hold Still project: the cobalt blue dress
With one week before the entry window closes for the 'Hold Still' project, The Duchess of Cambridge shares some of the amazing images and stories that have been submitted so far.— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) June 11, 2020
The deadline for #HoldStill2020 entries is next Thursday, 18th of June at 6pm UK time. pic.twitter.com/P1YM4QHdTS
The duchess opted for a cobalt blue round neck dress as she discussed some of the photograph submissions that had been sent in for the Hold Still project.
The mum-of-three accessorised the bold dress with a pair of £5 Accessorize hoop earrings, which she had also worn on a video call a few weeks before.
The virtual tour: the statement shirt
The Duchess of Cambridge went on a virtual tour to meet staff of Action Addition.
Kate, who has long been a patron of the charity, wore a statement red shirt and accessorised with a pair of hoop earrings from UK designer Daniella Draper.
Volunteers’ Week: the £5 Accessorize earrings
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to volunteers across the UK to mark Volunteers’ Week.
The duchess recycled a white broderie shirt from M.I.H Jeans, which she wore at the Chelsea Flower Show in May 2019, and accessorised with a pair of hoop earrings from Accessorize, which are still available to purchase for an affordable £5.
The bingo game: the summery L.K. Bennett number
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a bingo night to thank staff at Shire Hall in Cardiff, who provide residential, nursing and dementia care.
The duchess dressed up for the occasion, wearing a printed pink L.K. Bennett midi dress that she first wore to a polo match in 2019 - and has already sold out.
The look was accessorised with fern leaf earrings from London label Catherine Zorida.
Mental Health Awareness Week: the vintage-inspired dress
One minute. Across every single radio station in the UK.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 18, 2020
To kick off #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, this year’s #MentalHealthMinute is an important reminder that wherever or whoever you are, you are not alone.
For more, visit: https://t.co/IBZrgl7iUE pic.twitter.com/OyNnJHRZs3
To mark the start of Mental Health Awareness Week the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by a whole host of famous faces, including Dua Lipa, Harry Kane and David Tennant for a radio broadcast called Mental Health Minute.
For the video, Kate wore a rose printed shirt dress by London-based brand, Beulah London. The vintage-inspired dress is available to buy online for £550.
Shout’s first anniversary: the minimal cardigan
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marked the first anniversary of Shout, the UK’s first 24/7 crisis text line, by speaking to five of the organisation’s Crisis Volunteers.
The mum-of-three cut a minimal figure in an off-white, scalloped-trim knitted cardigan by Sandro, which is available to buy for £155 online at Selfridges.
International Nurses Day: the recycled Altuzarra dress
The Duchess of Cambridge and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, spoke with nurses in seven different Commonwealth countries to mark International Nurses Day on 12 May.
The mum-of-three recycled a sky blue patterned Altuzarra dress, which had retailed for £1,700.
The duchess first wore the number in 2016 when she visited Steward's Academy in Harlow, London.
VE Day: the Wimbledon dress
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined veterans for a very special #VEDay75 party at @PoppyLegion Mais House Care Home, on the day we pay tribute to the service of the entire #WW2 generation. pic.twitter.com/GXW7UMv6MY— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 8, 2020
For the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge did a video call with veterans at the Royal British Legion’s Mais House Care Home.
Kate looked to be wearing the Cayla dress by LK Bennett, which she was first seen wearing at Wimbledon in 2015.
This Morning: the spring-ready outfit
Earlier this month The Duchess of Cambridge joined Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning via video call to talk about Hold Still, a community photography project in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.
Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week: the trendy chevron jumper
🏥 The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken with midwives, health visitors, parents and leading sector experts ahead of the UK’s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week #MaternalMHmatters pic.twitter.com/Oup43xquXX— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 2, 2020
To mark Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, the mum-of-three spoke with midwives, health visitors and new parents in the UK.
The duchess wore a trendy £275 blue jumper from British brand Tabitha Webb, which is still available to pre-order.
In one clip of the video, the duchess was also seen wearing a different outfit: a blue floral Boden dress, which cost £120 and has sold out.
Every Mind Matters BBC broadcast: the classic breton top
Why #EveryMindMatters during this period? ⬇️ The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke with the BBC about why this is important now more than ever.— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) April 17, 2020
Visit https://t.co/2TMbOmDHmQ for more information pic.twitter.com/NR8njP1zOI
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared on the BBC in April to support the new NHS Every Mind Matters mental health campaign.
For the call, Kate seemed to be wearing the same striped top that she wore for the launch of the King’s Cup Regatta in May 2019.
To thank school staff: the cheerful Zara top
Teachers across the UK are dedicating their time to keeping schools open for the children of key workers and vulnerable children.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 8, 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge called teachers and school staff at Casterton Primary Academy to thank them for their hard work and dedication. pic.twitter.com/2h9N66O4EP
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first Zoom call took place on 8 April.
The couple spoke to teachers and school staff at Casterton Primary Academy to thank them for their hard work and dedication.
The 38-year-old duchess wore a cheerful yellow jumper, which was from affordable high street store Zara. The knitwear, which retailed for £29.99, has already sold out.