How you can get your hands on a stylish royal face covering to rival the ones worn by Kate

The Royal Collection Trust's shop has released some cute designs so you can cover up in style.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
(Image credit: PA)

Wearing a face mask is compulsory for the foreseeable future so why not add a bit of royalty to your look...

Royal face coverings are now available to buy in The Royal Collection Trust shops after a set of bespoke designs have been released - inspired by the Royal chinaware collection.

The masks, each made from 3 ply and 100% cotton, come in three beautiful colours - yellow, pink and blue.

They are stylishly printed with a design inspired by the 'partridge eye' pattern, a decorative element often found on beautiful Sevres chinaware, belonging to the Royal Collection.

Royal face covering

(Image credit: The Royal Collection Trust shop)

Priced at £9.95 each, they all have a removable filter insert, elastic straps with an adjustable clip which ensures comfortable wearing for hours of use. Plus each come with a matching print cotton bag to store the mask safely when not in use.


Fans can now emulate the royal look with these prints which have been inspired by the decorative element found on Royal Collection chinaware.


Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, showed she was following the governments guidelines when it comes to social distancing and wearing a face mask, when she volunteered at Baby Basic's Sheffield centre on 4 August.

Kate elegantly wore a ditsy cotton floral from the London childrenswear brand Amaia, and the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted wearing it two days in a row as she was seen with it on while meeting residents at the Shire Hall Care Home with her husband Prince William.

READ MORE:The Duchess of Cambridge paid a beautiful tribute to Princess Diana with her latest outfit

Another member of the royal family, Sarah Ferguson has also been spotted wearing her own face covering, which she co-ordinated with her outfit. She took to Instagram to share the deal from purchasing her mask. She wrote, 'Thank you@mrsjillzarinfor such a comfortable mask. If you buy one, a mask is donated to frontline workers. Link to masks in Jill’s bio.’

READ MORE:Sarah Ferguson perfectly coordinates her pastel blue face mask and jacket

Meanwhile we take a look at the matching mask holder that is available with the latest royal collection face coverings, as it is perfect for keeping safe in your handbag or pocket. It features the same design and colour as the mask and has a cute clasp to stop it from falling out.

Royal Face covering holder

(Image credit: The Royal Collection Trust shop)

Now all you have to decide is which colour to go for? Pink, yellow or blue - or even all three if you can't choose!

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