First, she visited the Duchess of Cambridge's hairdresser, and now, Susanna Reid appears to have taken style inspiration from the royal too!
The Good Morning Britain star looked summer-ready on Tuesday in a beautiful yellow pencil dress, which gave us major Kate vibes considering she wore a very similar frock to watch the men's final at Wimbledon in 2018.
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While Kate's number was by Dolce & Gabbana with a hefty price tag of £1,150, Susanna opted for a much more affordable version from the high street – and it's even in the sale.
The 'Rebecca Yellow V Neck Crepe Shift Dress' by L.K.Bennett is reduced from £225 to £157 and is available in sizes 6 – 18. We predict a sell-out.
V Neck Crepe Shift Dress, £157, L.K.Bennett
Kate's designer frock featured voluminous cape sleeves, a square neckline and a tailored shape which skimmed over her super-slim frame - while Susanna's has a V-neck front, pleated shoulders, short sleeves, and the same sleek shape falling just above the knee. And they're both in a stunning shade of yellow. You will certainly stand out from the crowd if you snap it up for yourself!
Kate Middleton wore a Dolce & Gabbana dress to Wimbledon in 2018
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Susanna may have chosen a similar frock to experience the full 'Kate effect' after visiting the Duchess' hairdresser, Richard Ward, over the weekend. The presenter shared a picture with GMB viewers on Monday morning, showing her sitting in the hairdressing chair with her new 'do and wearing a mask. Next to her is Richard, who is smiling whilst wearing a protective visor.
Famed hairdresser Richard was part of the team that created Kate's royal wedding hair – the 'demi chignon'. The Duchess' hair was styled in an up-do, which combined a classic bridal look with a regal, couture finish. According to Richard's website, "the focus of the style was Catherine’s unique and individual halo style tiara, set just back from the hairline, which determined the finished look."
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