It's news to nobody that the Duchess of Cambridge is an avid Zara shopper. It's one of her favourite high street haunts and, ever the bastion of sustainable dressing, Kate regularly rewears items from the brand that she's had for years. Royals – they're just like us!
Today, K Mid touched down in Denmark for a two day solo visit to promote her work with The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. As always, she proved that not only is she the master of diplomatic dressing, she also loves to match her clothes to a theme. This is possibly why she chose red and white as her dominant colours, channeling the Danish flag.
Eschewing her preferred designers like Emilia Wickstead or Catherine Walker, Kate instead chose a £59.99 blazer from Zara – a red textured double-breasted style complete with shiny gold buttons.
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She wore this with smart black trousers, block heels and a simple white top, which is £65 from ME+EM. Her pearl pendant is from one of her favourite high street jewellery labels, Monica Vinader. For her handbag, she dug out her favourite Aspinal Mayfair bag, which she's carried on several occasions. It has recently become something of a celebrity favourite, with J.Lo, Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski all taking their own Mayfairs out with them.
Obviously, all you want to know is whether or not you can still buy said Zara jacket. The answer is yes, you can! Possibly not for much longer but, at the time of writing, the blazer was still in stock in all sizes.
You may want to steel yourself for more great Kate looks over the next day or so. The Duchess is set to be received by Queen Margrethe II, who is celebrating her Golden Jubilee this year. She will also carry out an engagement with Crown Princess Mary, whose own style has been compared to Kate's.
Watch this space.
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When Kate and William announced their engagement in 2010, Kate wore a sapphire blue Issa dress.
Kate attended the wedding of Nicholas Van Cutsem and Alice Hadden-Paton in 2009 wearing a Jane Troughton coat over an Issa dress.
During the President's visit in 2011, Kate greeted the First Lady, Michelle Obama, wearing a nude Reiss dress.
Kate attended the wedding of Harry Meade and Rosemarie Bradford in 2010 wearing an electric blue Issa dress.
Kate wowed in a Jenny Packham dress and LK Bennett heels when she attended the ARK (Absolute Return for Kids) gala dinner in 2011.
On April 29th 2011, Kate married Prince William and became Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. She wore an Alexander McQueen dress, designed by Sarah Burton.
The couple visited Belfast in 2011, and Kate wore a Burberry coat and Marvin K boots.
At the Trooping of the Colour ceremony in 2011, Kate opted for an Alexander McQueen coat.
At Wimbledon in 2011 Kate wore a dress by Temperley London.
Kate arrived in Canada in 2011 for the Royal Tour, wearing a lace Erdem dress.
Kate looked stunning during the Canadian Royal Tour in 2011, wearing a white Reiss dress.
During the Royal Tour in Canada, 2011, the Duchess wore an Alice by Temperley blouse with Goldsign jeans.
During their Canadian Royal Tour, Kate boarded a plane in a pale yellow Jenny Packham dress.
On the final day of the Canadian Royal Tour in 2011, Kate wore a Catherine Walker dress with LK Bennett heels.
in 2011 Kate visited Copenhagen's Unicef centre wearing a red coat by LK Bennett.
On Remembrance Day in 2011, Kate wore a Diane von Furstenberg coat.
Kate was stunning when she attended the premiere of War Horse in 2012, wearing a Temperley London black lace gown.
in 2012 Kate boarded the Diamond Jubilee flotilla wearing a scarlet red Alexander McQueen dress.
In 2012 Kate wore Zara jeans with a Burberry shirt to visit the Widehorizons Margaret McMillan House.
Kate wore an Emilia Wickstead coat dress at the Thistle Service in Edinburgh in 2012.
During the Diamond Jubilee tour of South East Asia, Kate wore a Jenny Packham dress and LK Bennett heels to visit Singapore's Botanical Gardens.
Pregnant Kate was glowing at the National Review of the Queen's Scouts in 2013, wearing a Mulberry mint green coat and LK Bennett heels.
Pregnant Kate attended the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation in June 2013, wearing a bespoke Jenny Packham lace dress with a peach jacket.
On July 23rd 2013 Kate and William introduced their son, Prince George, to the world's press. Kate looked lovely in a blue polka dot Jenny Packham dress.
At the christening of Prince George in October 2013, Kate wore a pale Alexander McQueen dress.
In April 2013 Kate, along with William and George, landed in Wellington Airport, New Zealand. Kate looked amazing in a scarlet red Catherine Walker coat.
When visiting Whenuapai, near Auckland, Kate wore a striped Breton top with a Zara blazer and J Brand jeans.
Kate arrived at Dunedin International Airport wearing an Emilia Wickstead pleated dress.
The couple visited Winmalee in 2014 to meet victims of the bush fires in the area, and Kate wore a DVF printed dress.
At the Queen's Garden Party in 2014 Kate looked stunning in a lace Alexander McQueen dress.
Whilst pregnant with Princess Charlotte, Kate visited Portsmouth in 2015, wearing a MaxMara coat, Jimmy Choo heels and a clutch by L.K. Bennett.
Kate made her first public appearance since the birth of Princess Charlotte at the Trooping of the Colour in June 2015, wearing a Catherine Walker coat.
For the christening of her daughter, Princess Charlotte, in July 2015, Kate wore an ivory Alexander McQueen dress.
In November 2015 Kate visited Caernarfon in North Wales, and kept warm in a Reiss coat.
During the 2016 tour to India and Bhutan, Kate wore an Emilia Wickstead dress in Mumbai.
Kate wore a pale yellow Emilia Wickstead dress when she arrived in Bhutan in April 2016.
On a visit to the Taj Mahal in 2016 Kate wore a Naeem Khan dress .
During the Canadian Royal Tour in 2016 Kate wore a scarlet Preen by Thornton Bregazzi gown at the Government of British Columbia reception.
On the second day of the Canadian royal tour Kate wore a red Alexander McQueen dress and red Russell & Bromley heels.
Kate chose a powder blue suit for by Catherine Walker for her visit to the Netherlands - her first solo overseas engagement.
For an event marking World Mental Health Day in 2016, Kate chose a floral patterned dress with pleated front by Kate Spade.
Kate wore a checked Erdem coat for a visit to Manchester in October 2016
For a reception of Team GB athletes at Buckingham Palace, Kate chose a poppy print tea dress by Alexander McQueen
Kate Middleton wearing a £320 white Self Portrait dress at the Recovery Street Film Festival
The Duchess donned a Preen by Thornton Bregazzi dress to the Place2Be Wellbeing In Schools Awards.
In December 2016 Kate attended the Christmas party for volunteers at The Mix youth service.
On St. Patricks day Kate wore a green coat by Catherine Walker. She didn't have time to to change, though, as she had to board a plane to Paris that same day to meet with President Hollande.
Kate dazzled on the Paris royal tour in March 2017. She wore a sparkling Jenny Packham gown to the gala dinner.
When in Paris on the royal tour, Kate wore a pillarbox-red Carolina Herrera coat to watch the Six Nations rugby game.
When visiting the National Portrait Gallery in March 2017, Kate wowed in a forest green lace dress by Temperley London.
During the Paris royal tour, Kate wore a black Alexander McQueen gown at the British Embassy reception.
The Duchess of Cambridge made a day trip to Luxembourg, amid reports the royal family are becoming Britain's "Brexit ambassadors", opting for a chic baby blue dress coat by Emilia Wickstead.