SHE might have fashion designers all over the world dying to dress her – but thrifty Kate Middleton is just like the rest of us when it comes to high street bargains.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked blooming lovely in a floral maxi dress by Emilia Wickstead for her visit to the Royal Horticultural Society Garden in Surrey with Mary Berry this afternoon.
But in true Kate Middleton style, the stylish mum-of-three paired her £1,635 baby blue floral frock with some £1.50 gold earrings from high street brand Accessorize.
Originally a budget-friendly £5, Kate's glam earrings have been reduced to £1.50 in the sale.
Keeping her jewellery on the minimal side, Kate's dainty earrings havescalloped edges and intricate cut-out details which didn't detract from her floral frock.
Proving that 'The Kate Effect' is still alive and well, the affordable earrings flew off the shelves shortly after the Duchess stepped out in them.
- Simple Filigree Short Drop Earrings, £1.50 from Accessorize – buy now
On the plus side, the brand does allow customers to sign up to a waitlist over email to ensure you don't miss them the second time round… *frantically types out email address*
But this isn't the first time Kate has favoured high street jewellery over designer brands.
In fact, the Duchess appears to be a big fan of the brand and wore their £8pink petal earrings for Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival in July as well as for the shoot showcasing her Back to Nature Chelsea Flower Show entry.
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And Meghan Markle attended a PUBLIC yoga class with 60 strangers after flying to New York to cheer on her pal Serena Williams at the US Open.
Plus royal fans have been left gutted after baby Archie was left out of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Africa tour schedule.
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