Kate Middleton wore this Barbour jacket during her recent Instagram video

Kate Middleton has ensured she has been present online throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, whether that’s keeping up with people via Zoom, or sharing important self-filmed videos like she has most recently. And she always looks chic for every appearance, which is unsurprising given her status as one of the best-dressed royals we always wish to covet.

Take for example, the cosy look she wore during her video about parents taking care of their own mental health. During the short self-filmed clip, the Duchess wore a warm and stylish Barbour jacket along with a navy blue bobble hat.

The jacket style in question actually appears to be an old style, but there are plenty of alternatives online at Barbour, many of which are in the sale. This Albatross Quilted Jacket, for example, is currently being sold for £97 instead of £139, and looks pretty much exactly like the one Kate herself owns.

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Barbour

Albatross Quilted Jacket, £97 (was £139), Barbour

Then there’s the Fulmar Quilted Jacket, which is slightly pricier at £118 (originally £169), but this one has a hood, meaning it’ll keep you dry as well as warm. Whichever one you choose, you’ll be able to covet Kate easily.

Fulmar jacket
Barbour

Fulmar Quilted Jacket, £118 (was £169), Barbour

As for her super cute bobble hat, it’s unclear where the Duchess sourced this one, but there are so many options on the high street. We like this navy chunky knit pom-pom beanie hat in blue by Accessorize, which is another sale buy. At £8.75 (originally £12.50), this is an absolute steal that will still give you change from a ten pound note.

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Accessorize

Chunky knit pom-pom beanie hat blue, £8.75 (was £12.50), Accessorize 

Kate’s winter look was of course secondary to the important message she shared in her video, which placed emphasis on parents taking care of their mental health.

‘Whilst this is Children’s Mental Health Week, there has never been a more important time to talk about parental wellbeing and mental health too,’ Kate said. ‘This is a hugely challenging time for us all,’ she added.