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Today is the Duchess of Cambridge’s 38th birthday and to mark the milestone we are looking back on her best fashion moments to date.
The royal never fails to impress with her style choices and has experience very few fashion fails since her engagement to Prince William was announced in October 2010.
From coats dresses to Castaner wedges, decadent Alexander McQueen gowns and Superga trainers, the royal’s wardrobe has sent shoppers flocking to stores to get their hands on the exact same products.
But, they’re not all sold out - and they’re not all designer.
We have compiled the best pieces still available to buy from Kate’s wardrobe, so we can all channel our inner Duchess this year.
Six items to buy from Kate Middleton’s wardrobe
In October 2019, Kate provided some workwear wardrobe inspiration for a visit to The Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity at the Natural History Museum in London.
She wore a pair of green Jigsaw culottes, paired with a Warehouse burgundy turtle neck jumper, matching Chanel handbag and Tod’s fringed shoes.
Buy it: Relaxed Gathered Waist Culotte | £52 (Was £130) from Jigsaw
In the same month Kate looked chic in a printed L.K. Bennett Gabrielle dress when the Radio 1’s Teen Heroes of 2019 visited her at Kensington Palace.
Buy it: Gabrielle Coral Print Midi Dress | £395 from L.K. Bennett
In summer 2018, Kate wore the perfect summer outfit when attended the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucester with George and Charlotte.
She wore an iconic blue and white striped dress by high street label Zara and affordable heeled espadrilles from Russell & Bromley - which are still available to buy.
Buy it: Coco-Nut Ankle Strap Espadrille | £125 from Russell & Bromley
Kate wore another Zara piece when she attended the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at London’s Royal Albert Hall in November last year.
She completed the look with her trusted Jimmy Choo Romy heels.
Buy it: Padded Rhinestone Headband | £5.99 (Was £17.99) from Zara
Not only has Kate worn the Jimmy Choo Romy heels at the Remembrance Festival, but she has also worn them to the Centenary of the Armistice service in November 2018, as well as the Royal Variety Performance in November last year.
Buy it: Romy 100 Black Velvet Pointy Toe Pump | £650 from Jimmy Choo
Kate also owns the Superga Cotu Classic Trainer which she wore to The Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show in May 2019 and again at the King’s Cup Regatta in August.