The Cambridges may be staying put at their country home of Anmer Hall for the time being, but the Duke and Duchess have made sure to continue their royal engagements virtually during the coronavirus crisis, and have even begun to make in-person visits - so we still get to drool over Kate's incredible wardrobe. Winning! As ever, Kate appears to have put a lot of thought into her lockdown looks, championing sustainability by recycling a number of pieces, as well as wearing a mixture of high street and her favourite designers.
Both William and Kate have made a number of virtual appearances
One fan even noticed that the Duchess seemed to be creating the rainbow with her outfits, wearing a number of bold colours mirroring the symbol of love and hope we've all come to associate with public togetherness during the coronavirus pandemic. Scroll down to see Kate's incredible work-from-home wardrobe…
Kate's Marks and Spencer suit
The royal looked beautiful in her pink M&S trouser suit as she was pictured making phone calls at her desk back in March. Kate had previously worn the outfit to visit a NHS 111 call centre that month, too, and unsurprisingly fans went wild for it.
Kate's Zara jumper
The royal couple spoke to children and staff at Casterton Primary Academy in April, and Kate looked lovely in a puff-shoulder jumper from Zara, which is sadly no longer available. We've spotted a very similar version in the sale at Etam, however.
Ribbed jumper with puff sleeve, £20, Etam
Kate's Arket breton top
Appearing for a BBC interview later in April, Kate recycled her Arket striped knit, which she first wore to launch the King's Cup Regatta back in 2019. L.K.Bennett stock a very similar version, which is in the sale at £93.
Elodie Breton stripe sweater, £87, L.K.Bennett
Kate's green jumper
We caught a glimpse of another of the Duchess' outfits when she took part in roundtable call with key figures from mental health organisations around the country.
Kate's Ghost dress
Unsurprisingly, there was a mass sell-out after the Cambridges appeared on BBC's Big Night In to join the Clap for our Carers movement - with Kate wearing a gorgeous dress from her Ghost collection. The 'Anouk' dress flew off the virtual shelves, of course.
Kate's Tabitha Webb jumper
She wore another of her favourite British brands, Tabitha Webb, to take part in a surprise virtual visit with new parents Rebecca Attwood and John Gill, 16 hours after they welcomed their baby son into the world. How lovely is that?
Kate's Boden dress
In the same video, Kate was also seen wearing her Boden wrap dress in a blue floral print, which she had previously worn for the family's 2019 Christmas card. We love this similar number which you can buy online at John Lewis.
Floral wrap dress, £41.60, Oasis @ John Lewis
Kate's Raey midi dress
The Duchess made an appearance on This Morning in May wearing this gorgeous Raey silk dress, which featured a pretty tree print. Again, it quickly sold out, but either way we can't wait to see her wear this one post-lockdown.
Kate's L.K.Bennett dress
Kate recycled her red L.K.Bennett dress from a Wimbledon appearance in 2015 for a sweet Zoom call to residents at a Royal British Legion care home to mark VE Day.
Kate's polka dot Altuzarra dress
Pairing up with the Countess of Wessex, Kate made some video calls to nurses in May, wearing her spotty Altuzarra dress - which she first wore to a school visit in Essex back in 2016.
Kate's scalloped Sandro jumper
The Duchess wowed in this fine button-up knit from Sandro for a meeting with volunteers at crisis text line Shout85258 alongside husband Prince William. It sold out immediately, but we've spotted it's back in stock at Selfridges in a few sizes – so hurry!
Sandro scalloped trim knitted cardigan, £155, Selfridges
Kate's Beulah London dress
Next, the royal debuted a gorgeous new floral dress from another of her favourite brands, Beulah London. Kate chose it for an important occasion – leading the Mental Health Minute with Prince William across every radio station in the UK. The dress costs £550.
Kate's pink L.K.Bennett midi
Fans were thrilled to see the Duchess wear this favourite frock once again! Adorably, Kate and William virtually joined residents from the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff as they played bingo with the group - even taking a turn at being bingo callers.
For the special occasion, Kate chose to wear one of her most popular dresses from 2019 - her L.K.Bennett 'Madison' dress, which she was first pictured wearing for a day out at the polo with her children, William and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who had recently welcomed baby Archie. It's since sold out, but we've spotted a very similar version at Dorothy Perkins for just £26.60…
Pink Ruffle Midi Dress, £26.60, Dorothy Perkins
Kate's yellow Roksanda Illincic dress
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Kate chose to recycle the dress she had worn during her 2014 visit to Australia to pay tribute to the country's paramedics and police during a video message in June.
Kate's white broderie shirt
Twisted Circle Drop Earrings, £5, Accessorize
To mark Volunteers' Week, the royal chose to recycle her MIH Jeans broderie shirt, which she wore to visit her Chelsea Flower Show garden back in 2019. She teamed it with her £5 Accessorize earrings, too, which are luckily still available to shop!
Kate's red shirt and gold hoop earrings
The Duchess chose a red shirt with a contrast black collar for a virtual tour of Clouds House, an addiction treatment centre in Wiltshire. It's still yet to be identified, though we did track down her gorgeous gold hoop earrings, which are from UK jewellery designer Daniella Draper.
Kate's blue Stella McCartney dress
To encourage the public to enter her photography project, Hold Still, Kate recycled another royal favourite – her fitted Stella McCartney pencil dress in the bold blue shade that the Duchess of Sussex also loves to wear!
Kate's Marks & Spencer dress
Wearing a bargain dress from M&S, Kate led an online assembly for the Oak National Academy. Unsurprisingly, it flew off the virtual shelves, but there are still a number of sizes available to buy.
Printed Yoke Midi Waisted Dress, £39.50, M&S
Kate's outdoor jacket
The Duchess returned to in-person duties with an engagement at Fakenham Garden Centre on 19 June. Wearing a quilted Fjallraven hunting waistcoat, a pale blue shirt, brown skinny jeans and her Superga khaki trainers, the royal looked totally in her element!
Kate's green DVF dress
Kate joined Duchess Camilla for a Zoom call with their children's hospice patronages in June, looking elegant in her green dress that dates back to 2011.
Kate's Faithfull The Brand dress
The royal looked beautiful in this puff sleeve dress from Faithfull The Brand for her visit to The Nook children's hospice in Norfolk. While it's now sold out, this & Other Stories version is almost dead on - and at a fraction of the price, too.
Floral maxi dress, £95, & Other Stories
Kate's Alexander McQueen tweed dress
For a virtual call with healthcare workers in British Columbia to mark Canada Day, Kate paid tribute to the country with her red and white tweed dress. You can shop some gorgeous dupes here.
Kate's blue Beulah London dress
The Duchess debuted another new Beulah London dress during her visit to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to mark the NHS' 72nd birthday on 6 July. The beautiful silk frock is called the 'Shalini' dress from the label, which features one of her favourite details - a contrast white collar.
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