Meghan Markle just recycled one of her pregnancy dresses at the One Young World Summit

(Image credit: 2019 Max Mumby/Indigo)

Last night the Duchess of Sussex attended the 10th One Young World Summit Opening Ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London along. It was her third time in attendance as a counsellor, and her first time attending as a member of The Royal Family and Vice President of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust.

She flew solo for the occasion, leaving baby Archie and Prince Harry at home, and watched on as young leaders from across the world spoke and celebrated at the opening ceremony.

(Image credit: 2019 Karwai Tang)

Meghan wore a vibrant dress for the celebration, a purple midi number by Babaton for Aritzia, which she teamed with blue suede courts by Manolo Blahnik.

(Image credit: 2019 Karwai Tang)

The Duchess has actually worn the dress before, back in January when she was still pregnant with Archie, during a visit of Birkenhead at Hamilton Square with Prince Harry. At the time, she clashed it beautifully with a red coat.

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This is the second time she's reworn an outfit, proving she practices circular fashion just like Kate Middleton. Earlier this month, she attended the WellChilds awards in the same green dress she wore to announce her engagement.

Penny Goldstone

Penny Goldstone is the Digital Fashion Editor at Marie Claire, covering everything from catwalk trends to royal fashion and the latest high street and Instagram must-haves.

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