Discover where to shop for your own versions of Kate Middleton's most popular style choices
The dress: Fuchsia Knot Front Seraphine Dress
The event: It was a special moment in history as Wills and Kate released the first official picture of Prince George to the world. Kate kept her style simple with this elegant post-pregnancy dress by maternity label Seraphine.
Sold out: It took just two hours for this dress to sell out. There is now a four week waiting list to purchase the piece in store.
Pick up the exact dress Kate wore on the Seraphine website here: Fuchsia Knot Front Seraphine Dress.
The dress: Jenny Packham Crêpe de Chine Dress
The event: This customised Jenny Packam dress wowed the crowds outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, who had been waiting for hours to catch their first glimpse of the new prince.
Sold out: Kate M fans stormed the Jenny Packham website within minutes of Kate leaving the hospital, causing it to crash instantly. As the dress was custom made, followers of the princess’s style were sorely disappointed to discover it won’t be replicated for the mass market.
You might not be able to snap up Kate’s exact dress, but this ASOS Smock Dress With Embroidered Spot In Chambray is pretty close and comes with a purse-friendly price tag.
The dress: Topshop polka dot dress which Kate teamed with a designer jacket by Ralph Lauren.
The event: A tour of the Warner Bros. film studios in Leavesden.
Sold out: With a far more affordable price tag, Kate’s spotty number predictably sold out in stores and online within hours of Kate’s appearance. Thankfully though there are a raft of polka dot frocks regularly available on the high street.
Topshop knows when it’s on to a good thing and there’s currently a more casual version of Kate’s Topshop dress available online now.
The dress: A grey printed Max Mara wrap dress
The event: A charity visit to Hope House Action on Addiction. This was Kate’s second public outing since announcing her pregnancy.
Sold out: Within hours
You can find wrap dresses all over the high street but this Liu Jo dress is available at House of Fraser.
The dress: A scarlet pleated dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
The event: The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee flotilla celebrations
Sold out: The very same day
Interpret Kate’s hot red number with Jaeger’s crossover front dress
The Dress: Seraphine Blossom Knot Front Lavender Maternity Dress
The Event: Kate wore this pretty dress on the journey from the hospital to her parent’s home in Berkshire.
Sold out: Even though we only got a glance at Kate’s shoulder, the £50 dress sold out instantly and a waiting list has been set up. The dress is available to buy online – if you can get onto the Seraphine website. Due to high traffic and demand, the site is intermittently crashing.
If you manage to get onto the website, you can get the exact Seraphine Blossom Knot Front Lavender Maternity Dress that Kate wore to leave the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital.
The dress: A royal blue wrap dress by Issa which has been reinterpreted countless time, thanks to its simple, flattering silhouette.
The event: Announcing the couple’s engagement in November 2011
Sold out: Predictably the dress (which was later redesigned in maternity sizes too) was so popular that rumours circulated that the brand nearly went bankrupt owing to such popular demand.
Try the trend for a fraction at the price with this M&S Collection wrap dress.
The dress: Reiss camel Shola bandage dress
The event: An official meeting with Barack and Michelle Obama at Buckingham Palace just after the Duke and Duchess returned from their luxury honeymoon in the Seychelles.
Sold out: The high street number proved such a hit with Kate Middleton fans that online buyers reportedly crashed the Reiss website twice in an attempt to snap up the dress.
You’ll be pleased to see Reiss has a remarkably similar style currently in the sale right here!
The bag: LK Bennett Natalie’ clutch bag
The event: Kate’s neutral-hued woven clutch bag has made an appearance at many of her public appearances, blending effortlessly with her wardrobe choices.
Sold out: Since this is a high street item, its sell-out rate is even faster. Each time LK Bennett have re-released this accessory, it vanishes from stores the same day.
For all your special occasions choose your own woven accessory like this Coast Beta clutch bag.
The shoe: LK Bennett Sledge Patent Leather Platform Court Shoe
The event: These go-with-everthing shoes have become somewhat of a staple of Kate’s. Wearing them to more events than any other shoe, the Sledge has become synonymous with Kate’s style.
Sold out: These are a regular fixture in the LK Bennett collection, but sell out on a regular basis. Keep checking back to snap up a pair in your size.
The LK Bennett Sledge Patent Leather Platform Court Shoe is in constant demand – and the price is rising. Snap up a pair while you still can.