While her styling may be a little less directional and that bit more Royal-appropriate, the Duchess of Cambridge remains a firm global style icon, and proves that even when pregnant, the Kate Middleton effect is stronger than ever.
And while Hobbs are celebrating sell-out sales from the dalmatian-print dress coat worn on her last solo appearance before maternity leave, now luxury Italian fashion house Max Mara have renamed one of their classic coats in Kate's honour.
The cashmere coat was first seen on Kate on a trip to Cambridge with hubby Prince William in November 2012. Dressing it for the autumnal weather with brown opaques and heeled Aquatalia ankle boots over a leopard print tea dress, Kate worked her trademark Chelsea blow-dry for an oh-so elegant look.
Originally named the Max Mara Belli, the coat has been re-released and renamed for the Duchess - now simply called the Kate. High collared and knee-length, it comes in a soft beige hue, cinched at the waist with a thin belt.
Available now at House of Fraser, priced at £875 - having sold out quickly the first time round – Kate fans will need to get in quick to avoid disappointment. Shop it here – before everyone else does!
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