- Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, is making headlines after sporting a gorgeous and super affordable dress on a Zoom call
- Affectionately known as Kate, she wore a dress that was on sale for R218 from well-known clothing store Zara
- The floral green dress was visible in a video uploaded to Instagram by the official Kensington Palace page, @kensingtonroyal
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, known as Kate, is making headlines after wearing an affordable dress from a well-known clothing store. The dress, now sold out, was on sale for $12.99 (around R218).
This past weekend, the official Instagram account for Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) shared a Zoom call in which the Duchess spoke about launching a digital photography exhibition in London.
In the Zoom call, Kate can be seen wearing a gorgeous floral dress from clothing store Zara. The Zoom call only showed the upper half of the dress, but from the images of the dress on Zara, it's clear that it was designed with a thigh-high slit.
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The Duchess is known for her modest style so this dress with its thigh-high slit is an odd choice. However, it is possible that she may have altered it to fit her style. According to insider.com, the dress retailed for $69.90 (around R1 175) before being marked down for a summer sale.
Not only is the price a reason to stan this dress, but it is also part of Zara's Join Life label. This label is Zara's way of working on reducing the environmental impact of their products.
In other royal family news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle after calls were made to strip her title. This after she was called out for promoting voting in the USA. The British public, politicians and celebs have voiced their opinion on the duchess' right to promote voting in a foreign country.
Although there is no law in place for royals in terms of voicing their opinions about elections, it is heavily frowned upon.
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