Duchess of Cambridge's £8 high street earrings are finally back in stock

Duchess of Cambridge earrings

The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in some gorgeous high street earrings when she visited her Back to Nature garden at the Chelsea Flower Show back in May.

Catherine designed her garden to help families and communities to 'come together and connect with nature', and invited a group of children from her charities to come and experience the set-up.

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But one thing that caught our eye at the time was Catherine's fabulous earrings - from none other than high street jewellery store Accessorize.

The Duchess of Cambridge's earrings - the 'Polly Petal Earrings' - are described on the site as 'decked with slinky drops and pink gems, they’re sure to draw the focus in your outfits'. The subtle, pretty earrings made the perfect finishing touch to her summery outfit - and, at just £8, Catherine had found quite the bargain!

Unsurprisingly, the chic earrings sold out pretty sharpish thanks to the famous 'Kate-effect' - but now they're back in stock online.

But you better be quick - we doubt they'll be in stock for long!

She originally wore the earrings paired with a chic midi dress. And we thought they looked stunning with the outfit!

Duchess of Cambridge earrings

The earrings, which seem to be one of Catherine's favourites at the moment, cost just £8, making them one of the most affordable pieces she has ever worn.

At the event, the Duchess of Cambridge decided on a beautiful, mid-length green Sandro dress, which was available for £182, but is now sold out.

Duchess of Cambridge earrings

She finished off her outfit with a pair of her favourite Castander espadrille wedges. The perfect summer look!

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This isn't the first time Catherine has stunned in affordable high street jewellery.

Back in 2013, Kate attended theMandela: Long Walk to Freedomscreening wearing a cream floor-length Roland Mouret designer gown, teamed with a £20 statement necklace from Zara.

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