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Mystery behind royal green dress solved

Mystery behind royal green dress solved

The Duchess of Cambridge has effortlessly worn glorious gowns, chic casual blouses and even stylish capris that have left many royal watchers completely enamoured by her wardrobe choices.

Which is why fans took a keen interest in the royal’s latest outfit choice on her most recent video call from the confines of her home.

Shared via Kensington Royal's social media pages on June 23, the mother-of-three appeared in a new clip alongside Duchess Camilla as they made a call to staff members and a family who have been supported by a UK-based children's hospice.

Both Kate and Camilla have deep roots with their patronages in the UK, including many hospice organisations which is why they made sure to tune in for the National Children’s Hospice Week.

In the emotional footage, the 38-year-old royal is seen in her family home Anmer Hall where she has been self-isolating with her three young kids and husband Prince William.

However, one thing stood out which was her gorgeous green top.

Fans sure enough found her green ensemble online and confirmed it was in fact a frock we've all seen before on the Duchess.

Named the 'Maja' dress created by Belgian designer Diane Von Furstenberg, the royal wore the lush green get-up back in 2011 while she was visiting Los Angeles.

The dress is special as it is what she wore during one of her first royal tours alongside Prince William.

The gorgeous frock features a tie at the waist, three-quarter sleeves and dainty, delicate finishes just above the knee.