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The Duchess of Cambridge wore a face mask for the first time publicly on Tuesday 4 August as she visited Baby Basic UK and Baby Basics in Sheffield.
The 38-year-old royal helped to unpack donations sent to the charity in Sheffield, which is a volunteer organisation that works to help families who are struggling to provide for their newborn children.
During the visit, Kate Middleton shared her plans to launch an initiative to help the charity by getting 19 UK retailers to donate over 10,000 new items to the 40 baby banks across the UK.
The duchess made sure to follow government guidelines during her visit as she wore a face covering while unboxing crates throughout the day.
The mother-of-three re-wore a white midi dress from British brand, Suzannah, which she first wore to Wimbledon in 2019.
The Flippy Wiggle dress has short puff sleeves, a double breasted contrast button detail down the front, as well as a belt to cinch in the waist, and costs £1,850.
She completed the look with a statement pair of sparkly silver stilettos.
The duchess’ floral printed face mask is from British brand Amaia London, and costs just £15, 30% of proceeds will be donated to NHS Charities Together to support NHS workers and volunteers working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
Buy it: Adult Reusable cotton face mask - Pepper liberty | £15 from Amaia London
The duchess’ face mask features a double cotton layer, as well as an extra TNT filter layer, which sits behind the chic Wiltshire Liberty floral fabric.
Shoppers will have to pre-order the mask if they are looking to copy the duchess’ exact look, but for those who can’t wait, you can buy very similar looking designs from the high street.