Duchess Kate Wears An Affordable ASOS Dress And Looks Royally Stunning

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 18: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the Brookhill Children's Centre in Woolwich to find out about the work of Home Start on March 18, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Lentati - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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Duchess Kate is looking fabulous, yet again. The style icon/wife to Prince William/mama to Prince George is growing her family again, so obviously that means we are all on maternity fashion watch. And while we mostly ogle at her designer duds from afar, this time, we can actually shop it because it's totally within our budget! Duchess Kate wore an affordable ASOS dress during a visit to the Brookhill Children's Centre in Woolwich in East London and it made us love her even more than we already do.

Our favorite royal looked dashing in a $63 ASOS in her now signature print, polka dot. The ever-pretty Kate spent time at the center visiting with the families it serves and enjoyed cake with underprivileged children. She styled the polka-dot wrap dress with black heels, her flowy hair and a gorgeous natural face. So, let me recap that: she ate cake, wore a $63 dress while very pregnant, and looked as beautiful as we have ever seen her. She is perfection. 

The Duchess also dished on her due date, saying we can expect to meet the next royal "mid to late April," according to Elle. Rumor has it Prince George may become big brother to a baby girl

The uber-afforadble dress is, of course, now sold out online. We anticipate a restock, though. ASOS, give the people what they want! In the event we can't all steal her look, I like this similar maternity dress from ASOS

Affordability and recreating "old" looks is something Kate excels in, and we can all take notes from her. Last week, she wore two coats from her first pregnancy. Duchess Kate proves that you don't need a new or expensive wardrobe to create unique, on-trend looks. And for that, we bow down! 
 

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