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Kate Middleton's £15 earrings revealed - and they're set to sell out

They Duchess looked so on-trend at the Natural History Museum...

Fiona Ward

The Duchess of Cambridge made a new appearance at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday, looking beautiful in a statement coral blazer and trendy denim jeans.

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Some royal fans may have noticed her chic chain earrings, too, which are a bargain buy from Orelia! The gold-plated hoops cost just £15, and were a gorgeous addition to Kate's royal look.

She had previously been pictured wearing the huggies at an engagement with Prince William earlier this year, though they were unidentified until now - and we reckon the bargain accessories will sell out quickly.


Gold huggie hoops, £15, Orelia


Kate's on-trend huggies were previously available on ASOS for the same price, but thanks to the 'Kate Middleton effect', they have unsurprisingly sold out. 

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WATCH: Kate Middleton surprises school children at the Natural History Museum

Meanwhile, the Duchess' gorgeous blazer was a £1,795 purchase from luxury designer, Chloé. She finished her look with her long brunette tresses in loose curls, adding her favourite & Other Stories denim jeans and white Veja trainers.


Kate wore the chain hoop earrings with her pink outfit

Kate met schoolchildren from the local St. Mary of the Angels Primary School in the museum's wildlife garden and helped them make spiders from pine cones before joining them for an immersive story telling walk.

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As Kate helped to make the spiders, she told the children: "I'm going to call my spider cuddles."


Silver chain earrings, £15, Orelia


The museum's Executive Director Clare Matterson showed Kate some specimens and talked her through the Urban Nature Project.

Ms Matterson said of the Duchess after her visit: "The fantastic thing is that she is so interested in nature and learning and children and that's what this project is all about. She's so engaged, there was lots of nice synergy."

The Duchess, who isn't afraid to get stuck into the crafts and nature with her own children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, helped inspire the revamp of the adventure playground at the Royal Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, and visitors have been making use of the brand new attraction that is now open.

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