The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been spotted filming in London for the Pride of Britain Awards, alongside Good Morning Britain star Kate Garraway.
- Duchess Catherine and Prince William wore matching blue suits for the occasion
- Kate Garraway was seen socially distancing from the royal couple as they filmed for the Pride of Britain Awards
- In other royal news, the Duchess of Cambridge nails autumnal look as she carries out touching engagement
Duchess Catherine donned a chic blue suit for the occasion, with what look like shoulder pads - just like her appearance last week.
And the eighties trend is one we can get on board with...
The Duchess of Cambridge's outfit
While it's unclear where Catherine's power suit is from, we've found some high street dupes so you can steal her style.
This one from Esprit comes in navy and black and currently has 47% off, which means you can bag it for just £39.99.
It's also currently available in all sizes from 6-18.
If black is more your colour, &OtherStories have a structured blazer which features those classic eighties shoulder pads. Available online in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. This will set you back £95.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for a bit more detail, this one – dubbed the Power Blazer – from Forever Unique, features extravagant buttons to add a little dazzle to the outfit.
It’s currently available in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 and costs £70.
Finally, if you’re after a bargain this Missguided belted blazer comes in at just £27, but is only available in a number of sizes.
Kate Garraway joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the special project on Tuesday. And, in photographs obtained by the Daily Mail, the trio were were spotted filming for the Pride of Britain Awards in London.
While Catherine, 38, donned a chic blue suit for the occasion, William, 38, took style advice from his wife and wore something very similar.
TV star Kate Garraway stunned in a floral dress, with sleeves long enough that she didn't require a jacket, despite the autumnal weather.
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