When it comes to fashion, Kate Middleton is known for returning to old favorites At her latest royal engagement in Cumbria on Tuesday, the duchess did exactly that — but with an added twist The royal stepped out in a casual outfit for a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm, pairing her go-to See by Chloe combat boots with a $350 Tracker Jacket This is a look worn countless times by the duchess, but at her engagement on Tuesday she added something different Middleton completed the outfit with a white shirt and a ruffled collar, something royal fans will recognize from the late Princess Diana's look book It's no secret that ruffles were Diana's signature look throughout the 1980s, as she wore the style with various outfits Here she is wearing a similar style to Middleton's at an engagement in 1981.

She wore the same style again during a tour of Wales later that same year Although it is not known whether the similarity was intentional, it wouldn't be entirely surprising if it was After all, Middleton paid tribute to her late mother in law with an Instagram post last month The duchess posted photos of the garden she designed for the Chelsea Flower Show, and one image, in particular, featured the princess' favorite flower, forget-me-nots The flowers were planted in the gardens of Kensington Palace in 2017, a tribute to mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's death in 1997 Prince Harry also spoke out about his mother on Tuesday evening, after attending a fundraiser concert for his charity, Sentebale, at Hampton Court Palace "Sentebale was founded by The Duke of Sussex and Lesotho's Prince Seeiso in 2006 to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV and AIDS in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi," a spokesperson for Harry wrote in the post "The charity is one way in which both Princes' are able to keep their mothers' legacy alive Sentebale means 'Forget me not' in Sesotho.