The Duchess of Cornwall is in Northern Ireland for a four day trip.
Her relative Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, is lauded for her sense of style.
She has also been dubbed “Thrifty Kate” thanks to her love of the British high street.
Kate often wears the same outfits twice, a habit that has won her praise.
Now it seems Camilla is adopting the same trick.
The royal recycled a whole outfit from last week – and she’s not the only one. Charles is at it too.
Yesterday Camilla Parker Bowles wore a pale cream coat with beading dial on the trim.
The Duchess wore a light blue floral print dress and beige leather shoes for the occasion.
She also added her everyday diamond and pearl earrings.
Eagle-eyed fans have noticed Camilla wore the exact same look for the The Royal Cornwall Show at The Royal Cornwall Showground on 7 June in Wadebridge.
Prince Charles also wore two very similar looks of both days.
On each occasion the next-in-line to the British throne wore a grey suit with purple and lilac details.
He wore a little pink flower pinned to his lapel, a lilac shirt and pink pocket square.
Yesterday Camilla and Charles laid a wreath at the Omagh Bomb memorial garden as part of their tour of Northern Ireland.
Later the couple were presented with a bunny rabbit by Matilda Callaghan on the exact spot of the Omagh bombing.
Who are Camilla Parker Bowles parents?
Camilla Rosemary Shand was born to Major Bruce Shand and his wife Rosalind Cubitt, the daughter of Roland Cubitt, 3rd Baron Ashcombe, on 17 July 1947.
She was the eldest child of the couple and has a younger sister Annabel and a younger brother Mark, who sadly died in 2014.
Her father Bruce Shand, who died in 2006, was an officer in the British Army and fought in the Second World War.