Kate Middleton channels Jackie O. during Easter Sunday service

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Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton wore a striking off-white ensemble as she joined the British royal family for Easter service on Sunday.

The look reminds us of former first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis — also famed for her timeless sense of style. On Sunday, Kate opted for a creamy Catherine Walker coat and a matching pillbox hat at the Windsor Castle ceremony — similar to Jackie O.’s 160s style choices.

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The polished look also came with a perfect curtsy for Queen Elizabeth II (which, according to royal etiquette, signalled that it was their first encounter that day).

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If Kate’s coat looks familiar, it’s because she also wore it in Canada last October. It’s one more reason to admire the relatable Duchess — as prim and as proper as she may look, she isn’t afraid repeat an outfit.

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