Duchess Kate and Prince William visited a vaccination site at Westminister Abbey, which is where they wed nearly a decade ago.
While visiting, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a white lace Catherine Walker coat dress, pearl drop earrings and a face mask that appeared reminiscent of her wedding style.
Her hair was also styled half up, half down as it was when she got married in 2011.
Prince William wore a face mask along with a suit and polka dot-printed tie as they walked through the venue.
"Looking gorgeous in that lace embellished coat! And doing amazing things as always," one person wrote in a comment alongside photos from the royal couple's visit.
Duchess Kate's wedding-esque look comes shortly after she wore a monochrome look, including a matching coat, purse and shoes while photographed at the Newham Ambulance Station in East London, where she spoke with ambulance staff and paramedics about their experiences of working during one of the most challenging periods in the London Ambulance Service's history.
The Duke and Duchess chose to visit the Westminister Abbey on the National Day of Reflection to pay homage to all those who have lost their lives amid the pandemic.
"Since March, Westminster Abbey has been providing up to two thousand life-saving jabs each week to local Westminster residents," Kensington Royal shared in a post.
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