Kate Middleton isn’t afraid to wear something from the high street.
We’ve previously seen her in an & Other Stories dress and LK Bennett heels.
And her latest look includes a headband from Zara.
The Duchess of Cambridge pushed back her trademark glossy blow-dried hair with the black bejewelled headband from the store, and it cost just £17.99.
The padded rhinestone headband is still available to buy online.
She wore the accessory with a dark blue boat neck dress for the Festival of Remembrance service at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday night, hosted by the Royal British Legion to commemorate those who have lost their lives in conflicts.
Kate finished the outfit with a black velvet belt, black heels and the Queen’s pearl earrings, which she borrowed for the event.
Kate and William were joined at the event by Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Although she is also a fan of the high street, Meghan opted to wear some of her favourite designer brands.
Meghan wore a black brocade midi-dress, which is reportedly a bespoke piece made by Erdem, with navy Aquazzure Deneve bow pumps and ruby earrings from Jessica McCormack, worth £25,700.
Previously, Meghan has worn ASOS and Marks & Spencer at public events – causing the items to sell out quickly.
She even launched the Smartworks collection with Jigsaw, John Lewis & Partners and Marks & Spencer earlier this year and six-month-old Archie was spotted in a pair of £12.99 H&M dungarees when the family where on tour in South Africa.
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