PROVING that the Kate effect is still in full force, the black and white Zara dress worn by the Duchess today has sold out in just three hours.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, looked beautiful Bradford today in a long dark green McQueen coat, with the bargain 15.99 dress underneath.
The 15.99 Zara dress worn by Kate Middleton in Bradford today, sold out within three hours of her wearing it
And with its purse-friendly price tag, unsurprisingly the dress was quick to fly off the shelves, and is now completely out of stock on the Zara website in all sizes.
Originally priced at 89.99 the dress is a real steal for anyone who was able to get their hands on it got a real bargain.
It is no surprise that dress saw a spike in sales with the Duchess continuously demonstrating her selling power.
The ‘Kate effect’ sees labels experience a spike in sales, usually after the mum-of-three is pictured wearing their clothes and accessories for royal engagements.
The black and white printed frock was originally priced at 89.99 but had since been reduced to 15.99
It is now out of stock in all sizes on the brand’s website
The Zara dress was not the only bargain piece that the royal mum opted for today, accessorising with a pair of 6 dangly earrings from Pakistani designer Zeen, which she was previously pictured wearing back in October.
She mixed up her high-street with high end with her McQueen coat and was also seen carrying a 495 black Aspinal bag.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge put on a brave face this morning after a tumultuous week that saw the Sussexes announce they were quitting and moving to Canada.
Kate joined William at a curry house in Bradford to help make lassis
Kate was pictured looking tenseon Monday ahead of Prince William being locked in crisis talks with his brother and the Queen on Monday.
The pair happily waved to crowds enthusiastically shouting greetings, as Prince William cheerfully dubbed one section the “noisy corner”.
Any questions asked from well-wishers about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reportedly ignored.
The pair moved from outside City Hall to MyLahore, a curry house which does a lot of charitable work in the community, where they immediately got stuck in making lassis.
In other royal news, we shared how Kate was very nervous about starring in Mary Berrys Christmas special, the cook reveals.
The Christmas documentary also revealedKate used to be a terrible waitress at university.
Meanwhile, a former royal chef has revealedexactly what it is like to work in the kitchens at Buckingham Palace, and the type of foods the Queen wishes to avoid.