Kate Middleton wore a pair of Orelia’s 18k gold-plated chain huggie hoop earrings during a visit to the Natural History Museum in 2021 – and they were just Â£ 15 ($ 21).
When the Duchess of Cambridge appeared at the Natural History Museum gorgeous in a coral blazer by ChloÃ© and her out of stock jeans & Other Stories in 2021, royal fans also noticed her chic chain earrings.
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18k gold plated Orelia the hoops looked expensive but are actually a good deal, only costs Â£ 15 ($ 21)!
DUCHESS KATE EARRINGS: Orelia Mini Chain Huggie Hoop, Â£ 15 / $ 21, Orelia
Kate was previously pictured wearing the Orelia Mini Chain Huggie Hoop, also in silver, during an engagement with Prince William earlier this year.
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Kate wore the chain earrings with her pink outfit
Trendy hugs were previously available on ASOS for the same price, but thanks to the “Kate Middleton Effect” they quickly sold out. Meanwhile, the Duchess’s gorgeous blazer for the visit was a purchase of Â£ 1,795 from luxury designer Chloe. She finished off her look with her long brown braids in loose curls, adding her favorite & Other Stories denim jeans and white Veja sneakers.
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Kate met school children from the local St. Mary of the Angels Elementary School in the museum’s animal garden and helped them make spiders from pine cones before joining them for an immersive walk.
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As Kate helped make the spiders, she told the children: “I’ll call my spider hugs.”
Silver chain earrings, Â£ 15 / $ 22, Orelia
The museum’s executive director, Clare Matterson, showed Kate some specimens and explained the Urban Nature project to her.
Ms Matterson said of the Duchess after her visit: âWhat’s fantastic is that she cares so much about nature, learning and children and that’s what this project is about. She’s so committed, there were a lot of great synergies. . “
The Duchess, who isn’t afraid to immerse herself in crafts and nature with her own children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, helped inspire the redesign of the playground of adventure at the Royal Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, and visitors have been taking advantage of the brand new attraction which is now open.
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