The Princess of Wales looked immaculate as ever to record a special programme with BBC Radio 1's Newsbeat on Monday ahead of World Mental Health Day.
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Proving her effortless elegance, the 40-year-old royal donned a fitted blazer with structured shoulders, an inverted lapel and fit-and-flare waistline. Princess Kate looked incredible in black cigarette trousers, complementing her feminine silhouette with a fitted ecru-hued bodysuit. Loving the royal's slick cream blazer? You'll love it even more when you know it's from Zara.
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The wife of Prince William has a seriously enviable wardrobe, from bespoke tailoring to designer labels, the mother-of-three never fails to nail a royal dress code. Every now and then, however, Princess Kate turns to the high street.
Zara has long been a favourite with royal ladies, with the likes of the Countess of Wessex, Princess Beatrice and Meghan Markle also wearing the affordable brand on occasion.
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The royal donned a sleek cream blazer from Zara
Princess Kate's statement cream blazer is a timeless fashion garment, perfect for levelling up a capsule wardrobe or for layering throughout the seasons.
Formerly £55.99 ($79.99), her 'Lapelless Fitted Blazer' is now just £25.99 ($39.99).
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The royal wore her glossy brunette mane in voluminous curls for her segment with Newsbeat, accessorising with a chunky gold chain necklace adorned with a heart pendant.
The youth-focused news programme invited the royal couple to lead a discussion with campaigners and experts in the field of mental health.
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During a pre-recorded segment of Newsbeat, the royal couple shared details of their plans to take over the radio on Tuesday at 12.45pm. "Newsbeat will sound slightly different," teased Princess Kate.
Prince William added: "As part of World Mental Health Day, Catherine and I have recorded a special programme, taking over the radio to talk about the importance of mental health."
"You can be living one life one minute and something massively changes, and you realise you don't necessarily have the tools or the experience to be able to tackle that."
Touching on the variety of coping mechanisms, Kate added: "There's no right or wrong, different things will work for different people."
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