Kate Middleton stuns in 'sold-out' LK Bennett knit as she appears on charity video call

The Kate effect has struck again...

Kate Middleton
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A jumper that Kate Middleton wore during a video call with Little Village HQ has now sold out. 

·   The Duchess of Cambridge wore the pretty cream LK Bennett jumper for Tuesday's video call.

·    The Liv Collared jumper, which retails for £125, has navy stitching and buttons down the front.

·    It follows royal news that the Queen has a special relationship with Megan and Archie.

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Yet again Kate Middleton has caused a flurry of visitors to a UK fashion site - in order to replicate her fashion style.

The Duchess wore the gorgeous jumper on a call with Little Village HQ, on Tuesday, which marked five years since the food and clothes baby bank opened. However, since she appeared in the video, the jumper, which is priced at £125, has sold out on the website.

The collared jumper, which is made of cotton and Merino wool, has delicate navy stitch detail on the wrists and the front of the jumper. The long-sleeved knit also has a seventies inspired collar and navy buttoned design. 

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Kate showed off the detail of the jumper as she swept her brunette locks back and finished her look with classic makeup.

On the call, as she spoke to mums, which the charity supported, the duchess went on to say that 'it’s “sitting down with a cup of tea” with other mothers that truly helps during the early days of motherhood.'

As she spoke to mum Vicky Jones, the duchess also had a surprise guest, in the form of her three-year-old daughter Isla, who told her: "I'm a princess today." 

Kate also spoke to Little Village founder Sophia Parker on a separate video call - who revealed the baby bank, which distributes clothes and toys to babies and children under five, has been critical to parents during the pandemic.