The Queen stepped out today in the same outfit she wore when she welcomed Donald Trump to the UK last year.
The Monarch was the special guest at Epsom Derby Day in Surrey today and looked lovely in a blue coat over a floral yellow and blue dress.
She teamed it with a matching hat with a large neat bow, exactly the same combination she wore to greet the President in Windsor last year.
However she made one big change to the lovely outfit - her brooch.
For Mr Trump's visit the Queen actually wore a brooch given to her by Barack and Michelle Obama. It was a personal gift rather than one from the country.
But for today's event she opted for her Jardine Star brooch, which is believed to be one of her favourites as she wears it regularly.
The star design features eight diamond rays separated by eight more diamonds.
The Queen's outfit recycling comes on the same day an interview with President was published in which he called her granddaughter-in-law Meghan Markle "nasty".
During the interview with the Sun, the Trump was asked about the negative comments she made about him before joining the royal family and he branded her "nasty".
Meghan has been a vocal critic of the former reality TV star, backing his rival Hillary Clinton and suggesting before the 2016 election she would leave the US if he won.
Mr Trump said he was not aware of comments made by the duchess about him, and said: "I didn't know that. What can I say?
"I didn't know that she was nasty."