Saturday marked the the Festival of Remembrance service at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where the royals attended to show their respect and commemorate those who have lost their lives in conflicts.
Among the attendees were of course, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who sat front row near the Queen. Unsurprisingly, both looked dapper and elegant respectively, but it was Kate’s accessories on the night that really caught our eye.
The Duchess opted for a rhinestone black headband to keep her shiny locks in place, which she paired with her dark blue boat neck dress, sheer tights, and heels.
Excitingly, the hairband in question isn’t super expensive or made by a top designer as so many of the royals’ outfits are. In fact, it’s actually a mere £17.99 and is available at none other than high street favourite Zara.
While many of the bits and pieces Kate and Meghan wear from the high street fly off the shelves without any chance to get your hands on them, this little beauty is actually still available to buy online now. It is black all over with rhinestone detailing, and has a padded shape that is ultra flattering.
Plus, if this one doesn’t take your fancy, Zara has a number of other cool and elegant hairband styles, from plain velvet offerings to metallic styles.
Also in attendance at this weekend’s proceedings were The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with Meghan opting to wear a beautiful bespoke Erdem black brocade midi-dress. She paired the dress with dark blue pointed heels by Aquazzure Deneve.
If you’re hoping to copy Meghan’s accessory style, however, you may want to start saving; far from Kate’s high street hairband, Meghan opted for a stunning pair of ruby earrings by Jessica McCormack, which are reportedly worth an eye watering £25,700.