Kate Middleton is back wearing Zara again but of course, her dress is now sold out
Kate Middleton is a major Zara fan these days.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited South Wales with Prince William on Tuesday and as is the norm, her fans were ever interested in what she was wearing.
Yesterday's ensemble included a red Zara midi-length dress and unsurprisingly, there's no sign of it on the website anymore.
It's more than likely an older piece that Kate has given a new lease of life and we're all for this sustainable fashion choice.
And while you may not be able to pick up her exact piece, there are lots of similar items available on the high-street - check out New Look and River Island for options.
Kate accessorised with a pair of slouchy knee-high boots and a wide black waist belt, definitely a look that's easily imitated if you so wish.
This is the third time in recent weeks that Kate has been pictured in Zara, she was recently spotted in this sale bargain (a €10 leopard-print skirt!!!) and a monochrome checked dress.
Kate wearing these affordable pieces means her fans can steal her style but the down side is the Kate effect is so real that pieces are generally sold out by the time you try and buy them.
Kate Middleton and Prince William were in South Wales yesterday to visit local business and communities in the Mumbles and Port Talbot areas.
They visited one of the busiest Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RLNI) stations in the UK, chatted to crew members and met with parents and staff members throughout the day.
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???????Today The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are celebrating businesses and local communities in The Mumbles and Port Talbot. The Duke and Duchess visited one of Wales’ busiest Lifeboat Stations, The Mumbles RNLI. Lifeboat crews at The Mumbles have been saving lives for over 180 years and have been presented with 33 awards for gallantry. The Royal Family have long supported RNLI. The Queen has been Patron since 1952, the year of her Accession and The Duke of Kent has held the position of President since 1969. The Duke and Duchess met crew members and volunteers, many of whom are available 24/7 to help saves lives at sea.