Kate Middleton continues her corporate looks in a red Zara blazer and trousers

She’s not giving up this look anytime soon.

Kate Middleton wore yet another blazer-and-trousers combo as she headed to a sensory development group for children in Kent, England Wednesday, bringing back an old favorite Zara jacket for the occasion.

The Princess of Wales, 41, wore the same red tweed blazer she debuted for a 2022 visit to Copenhagen, Denmark, swapping out the ruffled white blouse she originally wore the jacket with for a plain beige T-shirt.

The royal sported simple black trousers and the same pair of Boden flats ($133, was $190) she wore to visit a baby charity in Windsor this spring — and although the black style was a quick sellout, the sensible shoes are still available in a tomato color.

Middleton wore a past-season Zara blazer on Wednesday.
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She got down on the floor to play with kids at the event.
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While she stuck to her recent fashion formula, the mom of three — who recently had curtain bangs cut into her hair — switched up her routine by wearing her locks in an elaborate bun instead of her usual long waves.

The princess went simple in terms of jewelry, wearing just a pair of twisted gold hoops ($73) from Welsh brand Spells of Love and her favorite Cartier Ballon Bleu de Cartier stainless steel watch.

Wednesday marks the sixth time in a row Middleton has sported a blazer and pants for one of her public engagements, with the royal also wearing a green trouser suit for two visits to textile factories on Tuesday.

The Princess of Wales first wore the Zara blazer for a visit to Denmark last February.
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Middleton wore a green Burberry suit to pay a visit to two textile factories in England on Tuesday.
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She wore another business-like look for a charity visit last week.
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She repeated the green Burberry blazer and pants she wore for a visit with Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway earlier this year for her trip to the textile mills, pairing the suit with a white blouse and debuting a new pair of Shyla London pearl hoop earrings ($83).

Last week, Middleton went with a basic beige suit to visit the charity Streets of Growth in London, while she sported two different versions of an Alexander McQueen suit for engagements at a British prison and the Rugby World Cup earlier this month.

However, Kate will definitely have to break her trouser suit trend soon enough; a glittering state banquet in honor of South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol will be held this November, which ensures the princess will get all dressed up — and even wear a tiara.