Kate Middleton Is Passing On Her Love Of High Street Clothes To Her Baby Boy

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  • The Duchess of Cambridge was seen stocking up on affordable clothes at Baby Gap ahead of her royal tour

    Kate Middleton could afford to dress solely in high-end designer labels from head to toe. But the Duchess has proven time and time again that she can’t resist a High Street bargain.

    And now it seems she’s passing on her love of affordable brands to her darling baby boy.

    The new mum was spotted shopping at Baby Gap in Kensington on Monday afternoon.

    Kate reportedly spent a total of £126.44 on clothing items – which will likely be part of Prince George’s wardrobe during their upcoming royal tour of Australia and New Zealand. And she actually queued behind the other shoppers before paying for her haul.

    So what did the stylish mum pick up for her 8-month-old son?

    She reportedly bought a checked bodysuit (£12.95), two striped babygrows (£14.95) and a pair of cotton trousers (£8.95), among other items. And, of course, she picked up a couple things for herself, as well.

    With prices like that, who could resist?

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