The Duchess of Cambridge stuns in M&S trousers and John Lewis top – buy them here

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  • The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out in a pair of pink trousers from Marks and Spencer and a John Lewis top Lauren by Ralph Lauren today.

    Catherine, 38, embraced the September heatwave on Tuesday when she wore a pair of bright pink trousers and a chic white tee for a royal engagement.

    And the chic white top is still in stock! Shop the item below..

    Where to buy Kate Middleton’s outfit today


    VIEW HERE: Lauren Ralph Lauren Nadalia Top, £99, johnlewis.com

    Priced at £99, this chic Ralph Lauren jersey top with a ribbed texture is the perfect option for a warmer summer’s day. However, it would also work well in cooler weather, paired with a blazer or a leather jacket.

    The top is currently on sale in sizes XS, S, M, L, and XL – although as all pieces Catherine wears, it’s selling fast! So if you want the top for yourself, we’d advise being quick!

    VIEW TOP HERE


    And, given her style credentials, it’s no surprise that the Duchess’s trousers have already sold out on Marks and Spencer’s website!

    Thankfully, we’ve found alternatives below.

    Dupe of Duchess Catherine’s trousers today

    While we know the Duchess of Cambridge’s £25.99 trousers are currently out of stock online, here are some alternatives that you can also team with a plain white tee and white trainers to nail Catherine’s style.

    VIEW HERE: Pure Cotton Tapered Ankle Grazer Chinos, M&S, £19.50, Marksandspencer.com

    Credit: Marks and Spencer

    VIEW HERE: Straight crop, White Stuff, £45, Whitestuff.com

    Credit: White Stuff

    VIEW HERE: Hampshire Ponte 7/8 Trousers – Berry Sorbet, Boden, £65, Boden.co.uk

    Credit: Boden

    The mum-of-three teamed the pink trousers with a white tee, gold jewellery and white trainers and finished the look with a bouncy blow-dry.

    She visited the Old English Garden in Battersea Park to meet parents who have used charity support – including Home-Start, National Childbirth Trust and Mush – to cope with the ongoing global pandemic.

    Prior to the visit she had a video call with eight organisations to thank volunteers for all their hard work during the pandemic too.

    Credit: Getty

    “A huge well done to all of you, I know there’s a big team of you out there in communities across the country. Both William and I hear about how vital these relationships are to families – they’re a real lifeline.

    “So to you and your army of volunteers out there, a huge well done. I, like you, would love to see peer-to-peer support more embedded and celebrated in communities and society as a whole.”

    We love the look, Catherine!

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