Princess Catherine's $130 brass earrings with ocean blue stones were a total statement moment in Birmingham

Princess Catherine's $130 brass earrings were a gorgeous addition to her Birmingham outfit

Princess Catherine's $130 brass earrings in Birmingham
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Princess Catherine's $130 brass earrings provided a touch of gold and ocean blue when she added them to her outfit for her and Prince William's royal trip to Birmingham. 

Princess Catherine looked gorgeous in head to toe burgundy as she teamed her Karen Millen trench dress with a pair of color-matched Gianvito Rossi shoes from her expansive collection and her Daniella Draper Baby Treasure Necklace in gold.

While Kate's heels were a classic way to accessorize, the Princess of Wales's earrings added a touch of unique elegance to the outfit, much like her sell-out Zara earrings that you can actually still get your hands on.

Catherine's Dina earrings from Sezane feature a gold plated brass composition with regal blue labradorite dangling from a circular top detail. Sadly, the earrings that Kate previously wore on Christmas Day last year are out of stock right now, but Sezane has many other incredible styles to choose from.  

Dina Earrings in Ocean Blue, $130

Dina Earrings in Ocean Blue, $130 (£100) | Sezane

Princess Catherine's gorgeous gold plated earrings with special blue stones are made from recycled brass and are a seriously unique jewelry option that she previously wore on Christmas Day. 

Esmee Earrings in Ocean Blue, $95

Esmee Earrings in Ocean Blue, $95 (£70) | Sezane

The Esmee Earrings in Ocean Blue from Sezane are another beautiful creation by the brand loved by Kate Middleton, with this intricate gold plated pair now in the sale.

Princess Catherine's $130 brass earrings

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During the trip to Birmingham, which marks the Prince and Princess of Wales's first official outing since Easter, the pair met with royal fans and paid a visit to The Rectory, where they met with local business owners. 

The couple also greeted a group of University College of Birmingham students studying catering and dropped in to visit to The Indian Streatery, a local Indian restaurant. 

Princess Catherine's $130 brass earrings

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Prince William left onlookers chuckling as he tried his hand at booking diners into the restaurant, taking a phone call with the unsuspecting customer looking to make a reservation for the independent, family-run restaurant. 

In a video shared by royal journalist Rebecca English, William can be heard telling the caller there would be a table available "about half two", glancing down at his watch as the business owners laughed. 

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A snapshot from the funny moment was shared on Kate and William's official Twitter account, with a cheeky post that read, "Hope we told this customer to come to the right place…!"

Caitlin Elliott