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Princess Eugenie's latest high street dress is proving SO popular

Everyone's talking about this dress...

Laura Sutcliffe

On Thursday evening, Princess Eugenie hot-footed it to Windsor Castle to check out her iconic wedding dress which is part of the new royal wedding exhibition.  The little sister of Princess Beatrice wore a fabulous retro-style outfit for the occasion - a houndstooth coat by Sandro which covered her lace dress. We have finally discovered that the Princess's stunning frock is actually from high street store Whistles and priced at £169. The little black dress is made in a timeless design - which combines a classic silhouette with chic animal detailing. It has a flattering fitted waist and a demure high neckline and is currently available online in all sizes.

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We loved Eugenie's monochrome outfit she wore at Windsor Castle

Not only that, but it has had some truly glowing reviews. One shopper wrote: " Love this cute dress! The perfect LBD. Can be dressed up or down. Very flattering length, sits a few inches above my knee (am 5ft 6). Will be a useful dress on many occasions. Love it!"

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£169, Whistles

Another customer said:  "I really like this dress. I am a slim build size 10 but with a rounded tummy and the size 10 fit me perfectly and was a flattering fit. It is a dress you could wear day or night."

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Whistles is defiantly a favourite store of the royal - she has been pictured in many of the brand's frocks. The Belize Print Dobby dress is a firm go-to for the daughter of Prince Andrew. The long-sleeve design features a pretty floral print, a fit and flare shape, a high neckline and also comes in a bright red shade. Originally priced at £179,  it was discounted in the summer sale and now retails for £125. It’s currently still available online and in store – but there are now only two sizes left so don't delay if you want to invest!

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