Fashion fans have gone crazy for the animal-print skirt the Duchess of Cambridge wore as she launched her new early years initiative yesterday (January 22).
Stepping out in Wales, Kate wowed onlookers as she arrived wearing a long camel Massimo Dutti coat, a black roll-neck jumper and a pair of Ralph Lauren black suede boots.
However, after she took off her coat, all anyone could ask was where the skirt was from.
"Loving that skirt," said one fan. "Wonder where it's from?"
"Kate slaying in the leopard print!" said another.
It turns out the skirt was actually a bit of a bargain.
It came from high street store Zara and was originally priced at £29.99.
However, after being reduced to just £9.99 and with the Kate effect in full swing, it has now sold out online.
Fear not, though, as we have scoured the internet and have found a couple of alternatives that we recommend you order ASAP!
Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts stepped out in a remarkably similar skirt from New Look recently.
It too is in the sale – having been reduced from £25.99, it's now £13.
However, at the time of writing, most sizes were still available.
Loving the skirt. Kate slaying in leopard print!
Online retailer I Saw It First also has a leopard-print midi.
It's also in the sale and a steal at £20.
The duchess has long been hailed as a fashionista, with fans following her every fashion move during her royal tour of Pakistan with husband Prince William last year.
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