Duchess of Cambridge’s chic £49 top is selling fast – here’s where you can get your hands on one

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  • The Duchess of Cambridge today stepped out to complete her final royal engagement, before she heads off on maternity leave ahead of the arrival of her third baby.

    Catherine and Prince William headed to Stratford in East London, to visit Sports Aid at the Copper Box Arena. There, they met with some wheelchair basketball players, who are all hoping to compete in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Later, they will help prepare a Big Lunch, in aid of the Commonwealth celebrations.

    The Duchess of Cambridge looked as chic as ever during the day’s events – despite being eight months pregnant.

    For her final engagement before welcoming hers and William’s new arrival, she opted for a sophisticated but relaxed outfit choice – wearing jeans and a simple, floral top with a white coat, by maternity designer Goat.

    But it was Catherine’s top that caught the attention of fashion fans everywhere. She opted for a Hobbs top – which is available for a surprisingly affordable price.

    While the ‘Rosie’ top was on sale for £79, it’s now been reduced to just £49. Hobbs customers can also purchase the royal-approved piece for a further discount of £44.10, with a special 10% offer at Hobbs.

    Buy Hobbs Rosie top here, £49

    The top is quickly selling out on the Hobbs website, but at the time of publication, is still available in sizes 6, 10, 12, 14, and 18.

    However, John Lewis are also selling the top too, and still have a size eight and 16 available. Have a browse here.

    Catherine’s Hobbs’ top is one of her most affordable fashion choices recently, although they are a designer she’s regularly favoured over the years.

    While the Duke and Duchess’s engagements today will be Catherine’s last before starting her maternity leave, it’s thought that their third baby isn’t due until near the end of April.

    It has been rumoured that the new royal arrival is set to appear around 23rd April – aptly, on St. George’s Day.

    The Duchess is of course due to give birth just weeks before her brother-in-law Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle, on 19th May.

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