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We’re only six days into January and the Duchess of Cambridge has succeeded in making us want to end our self-imposed spending ban to buy a fedora hat.
The mum-of-three wore a navy blue hat with feather detailing when she stepped out for her first royal appearance of 2020, with husband Prince William, over the weekend.
The 37-year-old royal wore a Navy Pheasant Wrap Fedora from Hicks and Brown when she attended a church service at St. Mary Magdalene church in Sandringham on Sunday, alongside the Queen.
The Duchess, who turns 38 on January 9, has been staying in Norfolk with her family over the Christmas holidays.
The fedora costs £95 and is available in four sizes: extra small, small, medium and large, which means it fits heads measuring from 53cm to 60cm.
Kate wore the chic pinched headpiece with the burgundy marl funnel neck Denton coat from London-based label Roksanda, which is no longer available to buy.
She completed her ensemble with brown suede knee high boots, which featured button detail on the side, as well as a blue quilted bag.
While we may have been wrapped up in knitted bobble hats over Christmas, we are certainly planning to take a leaf out of Kate’s style book and opt for a trendy fedora for our next outing.
For those who are looking to emulate Kate’s look, but without the hefty price tag - we have you covered.