Just weeks after causing a fashion frenzy by stepping out to meet Michelle and Barack Obama in a £175 Reiss dress, the Duchess of Cambridge has done it again, choosing another number from her favourite high street store for a day at Epsom Derby.
The newest royal joined Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie and the Queen for Epsom Derby Day at the week-long event, held in Surrey.
This time, Kate Middleton opted for the label’s slightly pricier £195 cream Peacock dress, complete with full chiffon skirt and lace panels.
Needless to say, the item sold out online almost immediately.
And Kate’s oh-so-pretty Reiss dress wasn’t the only off the rail item she was sporting.
A high street girl through and through, the former Miss Kate Middleton also added items from L.K. Bennett and Joseph to her super-chic race-day ensemble.
The Duchess chose a Chanel-like £460 Tweed Nessie jacket by Joseph to banish chills on the day, keeping it firmly buttoned to cover her Reiss number’s racier neckline.
Kate Middleton also added an L.K. Bennett box clutch (a favourite of her sister, Pippa), and the label’s Sledge2 nude heels.
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