SHE might be a queen-in-waiting, but Kate Middleton has shown once again she has no qualms about shopping in Spanish high street store Zara.
Over the past 12 months the Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out in a teal dress worth just €75, coloured jeans costing €50 each and a beige sweater that put her back a measly €12.50 – all bought from Spain’s favourite clothes shop.
Kate also owns two dresses by Libelula, a small label created in Tarifa by British designer Sophie Cranston, whose work has been heavily inspired by the rugged Costa de la Luz.
The report however did find that Kate’s wardrobe for the last year – which also includes three pairs of Jimmy Choos and several items by fashion designer Alexander McQueen – is worth a rather princely €130,000.
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