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All the times Princess Diana recycled her royal wardrobe

Prima (UK) Logo By Jennifer Newman of Prima (UK) | Slide 1 of 11: Diana wore this long-sleeved gown for the first time during an official visit to Lisbon, Portugal in 1987. She then remade the dress, removing the sleeves and re-crafting it with a heart-shaped strapless neckline to wear to a charity ball two years later in 1989.

The Princess of Wales didn't just repeat outfits – she remade them completely. The Duchess of Cambridge may re-wear key pieces from her wardrobe from time to time, but her late mother-in-law Princess Diana completely deconstructed and redesigned several outfits to suit her changing style.

Below, a few of the princess's best 'recycled' looks.

The Pale Blue Catherine Walker Gown

Diana wore this long-sleeved gown for the first time during an official visit to Lisbon, Portugal in 1987. She then remade the dress, removing the sleeves and re-crafting it with a heart-shaped strapless neckline to wear to a charity ball two years later in 1989.

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