Marks & Spencer is selling a replica of Duchess Meghan’s christening outfit

Anything the Duchess of Sussex wears goes immediately on our shopping lists.

We went straight for the affordable jumpsuit the duchess wore when editing her Vogue issue, the Reiss dress she wore on International Women’s Day was swiftly added to all of our wish lists and her favourite Marks & Spencer tights have been a rainy dress day lifesaver since we found out about them back in the spring.

But when it comes to the Duchess’s wardrobe, some of her outfits can be slightly out of our price range for just casual everyday attire.

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So when we hear about a purse-friendly replica, we find it difficult to contain ourselves.

Well, good old Marks & Spencer has come out with a dress that any Meghan fan is going to want to snap up.

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The high-street retailer has released a dress that looks just like one of the duchess’s iconic looks.

The olive frock mirrors the trendy dress that the mum-of-one wore to nephew Prince Louis’s christening ceremony last July.

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Marks & Spencer’s humble offering even includes a narrow waist-defining belt like the Ralph Lauren original.

The store’s Belted Shift Dress us the same midi length design as the duchess’s iconic frock and comes with long sleeves so is perfect for the upcoming winter months.

And if you’re a fan of olive green but still love the dress, you can get the same outfit in more neutral colours, including burgundy, camel and black.

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Plus, the dress will set you back only £35, so no need to splash like the royals.

The duchess has recently collaborated with Marks & Spencer to launch a capsule clothing line that will come out later this year.

The news broke last week that she would be partnering with the high-street store, as well as John Lewis & Partners, Jigsaw and designer Mischa Nonoo to come out the fashion range.

The line will go towards supporting charity Smart Works, which helps unemployed and vulnerable women get back into the workplace.