Since the start of the pandemic, Kate Middleton has frequently reworn outfits for her official appearances.
And for her latest virtual engagement, the Duchess of Cambridge recycled a white bodysuit with a deep v-neck.
The versatile number – which she wore on a video call in late January – costs £119 from British brand Holland Cooper.
Like the last time she wore it, the 39-year-old royal mother-of-three paired it with a smart blazer jacket, although this time she opted for khaki rather than navy.
The bodysuit is comprised of a loose-fitting upper half, along with an elasticated T-shaped pant, and features clean cut lapels and full-length sleeves.
In a video shared to Instagram on Saturday, the duchess wore the stylish-but-simple outfit as she joined Prince William to discuss the positive impact of COVID-19 vaccines.
Speaking via Zoom, the royal couple chatted to type 2 diabetes sufferer Shivali Modha, as well as to severe asthmatic Fiona Doyle, who has been shielding at home with her seven-year-old daughter Ciara.
The clip of their two conversations has received more than 257,000 'likes' and over a thousand comments.
During the bodysuit's last official outing earlier this year, the duchess caught social media users' attention by swapping her trademark bouncy brunette locks for a sleeker, straightened hairstyle.
She debuted the new look while chatting to NHS nurses in a video call shared on Instagram.
In the footage, Kate, who is patron of the Nursing Now campaign, spoke with staff from University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.
During the emotional call, the duchess was sat on a couch at home, flanked by family photos of her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
She heard heartbreaking stories about how the nurses have had to comfort grieving families after patients died in their hands during the pandemic.