Kate, 40, who stunned in a camel Gabriela Hearst £1,250 midi dress and matching £460 Max&Co coat, was joined by her husband the Prince of Wales for a visit to Scarborough.
She paired the Twisted Circle Drop earrings with a £295 DeMellier London handbag, a £60 woven waist belt from Boden and Ralf Lauren Cella heels.
The Princess of Wales remains the queen of the high street as she donned a set of £1.50 Accessorize earrings on Thursday in Scarborough
The mother-of-three beamed as she posed for photos with members of the public throughout the day.
Kate stepped out with Prince William as they visited the resort town to launch funding to support young people’s mental health, in a collaboration spearheaded by the Royal Foundation.
Prince William, 40, looked typically smart as he donned a burgundy jumper and blue shirt under a navy jacket.
The pair visited The Street, which is a community hub that hosts organisations to grow and develop their services, where they met the grant panel of young people from the area who will be distributing the funding to local projects.
Kate, 40, who is famous for mixing high end designers with high street steals, opted for a trendy set of gold hoops from the cut-price store
The earrings, which are currently available on the Accessorize website for a discount price of £1.50 reduced from £5
Kate, who stunned in a camel midi dress and matching £460 Max&Co coat, was joined by her husband the Prince of Wales
The Princess, who is famous for mixing high end designers with high street steals, opted for a trendy set of gold hoops from the cut-price store.
It’s not Kates first time wearing the bargain jewellery as she previously paired them with a stunning vintage Oscar de la Renta gown for an evening reception in Ireland in 2020.
The royal selected the trendy pink dress, which featured a ruffle neck and bold black polka dots, along with a black clutch bag and the high street hoops.
She also wore them during a video call as she and Prince William spoke to volunteers from Shout in different parts of the country to thank them for the support that they provide to their communities to marked Volunteers’ Week from their Amner Hall home.
The mother-of-three beamed as she posed for photos with members of the public throughout the day
She paired the Twisted Circle Drop earrings with a £295 DeMellier London handbag and a £60 woven waist belt from Boden
Prince William, 40, looked typically smart as he donned a burgundy jumper and blue shirt under a navy jacket
She paired the bargain earrings with a £255 white broderie anglaise Mabel shirt by M.I.H Jeans, which features scallop trim on the neck and puffed sleeves.
Yesterday the royal duo were greeted by a cheering crowd as they started their day in the North Yorkshire resort to engage with local organisations who will benefit from funding which has been created from a collaboration between The Royal Foundation of The Prince and Princess of Wales and the Two Ridings Community Foundation.
During his first official visit to the seaside town, the Prince of Wales described how providing services throughout the community and talking are ‘crucial’ in dealing with the ‘mental health issues that many, many people face’.
The royal has become known for her ability to mix high-street finds with more high-end fashion items (pictured, at the evening reception with Prince William in Ireland in March 2020)
Kate re-wore the Accessorize earrings as she joined Prince William for a video call with volunteers from the mental health text service Shout in June 2020
The royal couple took time to talk to the small crowds that had greeted them at the two community centres they visited on Thursday.
Kate gingerly navigated soft ground in lofty heels to get to well-wishers at the first venue, The Street.
They toured the building as The Royal Foundation of The Prince and Princess of Wales in collaboration with Two Ridings Community Foundation announced £345,000 worth of funding they had facilitated from donors to help support young people’s mental health in Scarborough.
After the tour, William told the donors, volunteers and centre-users: ‘We heard a lot upstairs about mental health priorities, safe spaces, places to go for young people after schools and food, these are particularly keen issues that seem to be resonating through the community today.