The Duchess of Cambridge has quickly adapted her royal wardrobe to adapt to covid guidelines, and has made sure her cotton face masks complement her outfits perfectly.
But have you noticed that Kate's face coverings always look perfectly fitted and snug? There's no chance of her having to shuffle it around, or stop it from slipping, like many of us find.
MORE: 28 royal face mask fashion looks
The Duchess gets the majority of her face masks from Amaia Kids, where she often shops for her children's clothes - and though there are both adult and kids masks available, many fans think that she opts for the miniature sizes in order to keep them well-fitted.
WATCH: Royals wearing face coverings
Plenty of royal watchers have even taken to social media to debate her choice, though after trying the masks ourselves, HELLO! can reveal that Kate does choose to wear the children's sizes - though both masks look very similar. She may even tighten the elastic strands to give a closer fit.
Kate likes to keep her masks snug and secure
So if you find your mask is always baggy and slipping, consider opting for a children's size like clever royal Kate!
MORE: 16 best face masks for spring/summer 2021
The Duchess does wear masks from other brands and designers occasionally, but clearly loves the smaller fit, as she often opts for the same shape.
Wearing the Amaia Kids face mask in the children's size (left), and adult's size (right)
She wore a tartan face covering from Emilia Wickstead to match her beautiful dress from the label back in December.
MORE: The best floral face masks that are pretty and practical
SHOP SIMILAR: Floral cotton masks, £22 / $20, Anthropologie
Even better, her favourite Amaia Kids masks donate 30 per cent of profits to NHS Charities Together - so the royal's choices often have a philanthropic element, too.
Kate's favourite floral face masks have certainly sparked a trend. When she first stepped out wearing one in August 2020, digital fashion aggregator Lyst reported a 185 per cent spike in searches for 'floral', 'Liberty print' and 'ditsy print' face masks within 24 hours. Now that's the Kate effect!