Last Friday, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, hopped on a Zoom call with business owners and first responders from Kangaroo Island, South Australia, during which they learned more about the impact of the region’s catastrophic January wildfires and the steps they’re taking to rebuild their lives.
The bushfires devastated wildlife, damaged neighborhoods and livelihoods, and led to the loss of life. Among the people the duke and duchess spoke to were Captain Mike Swayne, who spent five weeks fighting the fires as a volunteer for the South Australian Country Fire Service, and Dana Mitchell, a wildlife park owner who provided care to the hundreds of animals harmed during the crisis.
“It’s fantastic to hear about the community spirit in Australia as always, which is what Catherine and I see when we come down there,” William said during the call. “Aussies are very good at looking out for each other and it’s fantastic to see that you’re all pulling together.”
The duchess appeared to be wearing a familiar outfit during the chat. Her yellow attire seems to be the same vibrant Dolce & Gabbana dress she wore on the second day of Wimbledon in 2018. The knee-length number, which is from the brand’s resort ’17 collection, features ruffled sleeves and a darted bodice.
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This isn’t the first time the duchess has outfit-repeated, of course. The royal has no aversion to wearing the same piece of clothing in public more than once. In another recent instance, she wore a favorite floral dress designed by Emilia Wickstead for an outing in Wales.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.