This is where you can get the earrings Kate wore to the Euro 2020 final

The Duchess of Cambridge was a busy woman yesterday – first, she spent the afternoon watching the men’s final at Wimbledon, before shooting over to Wembley Stadium to catch the England V Italy Euros final with the Duke of Cambridge and Prince George.

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The nail-biting night may not have ended in victory for England, but Kate still put on a winning outfit to watch the match with her husband and eldest son. While it would be a little too far-fetched to expect Kate to rock an England kit, the royal still took the opportunity to pay tribute to England’s colours in a red and white outfit.

The Duchess of Cambridge donned a white blazer from Zara (one of the Duchess’s favourite high street brands) which she wore open over a white vest top and black trousers. But what we were really interested in is her statement red earrings, not least because they cost a purse-friendly £65.

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Forever a champion of the British high street, Kate’s earrings, which feature a heavily beaded teardrop design in striking postbox red, are from a London-based boutique called Blaiz.

The brand describes itself as ‘a celebration of daring and spirited, emerging Latin American voices. Initially established as a creative concept store on Chelsea’s iconic Kings Road in 2015 by founder & owner Stephanie Margaronis Mordehachvili, following her numerous trips to the continent, Blaiz has developed into the leading online destination for the fashion-forward, sustainably-minded woman.’


Red beaded earrings, £65, Blaiz

The Kate Middleton earrings certainly helped the Duchess stand out at Wembley and the good news is they’re still in stock online, so you too can get a piece of Kate’s impeccable style for just £65, a bargain in our eyes.

We can’t imagine these Kate Middleton earrings sticking around for too long though, so we’d suggest getting yourself to the Blaiz website and adding them to your basket fast if you fancy nabbing them for your own personal jewellery stash.