The Duchess of Cambridge's £15 Orelia earrings are the perfect everyday gold hoops

Francesca Rice
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Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

Whenever the Duchess of Cambridge is spotted wearing something from the high street, it's almost guaranteed to fly off the shelves. Just look at the pink printed Boden blouse that Kate for a video appearance wore on Monday (8 March), which sold out completely within just a few hours.

So, you can bet we're going to be quick off the mark now that we've discovered that the royal's latest earrings, worn during an appearance at School 21 alongside with Prince William in London on Thursday (11 March). hail from high street brand Orelia and cost just £15.

Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

That's right, the affordable jewellery brand has confirmed in a release that the duchess was wearing its £15 Chain Huggie Hoop Earrings in gold.

These small everyday hoops are the sort of piece that we could all do with having in our jewellery collections. With their chain design, these dainty huggies are a cool new twist on classic gold-plated hoops, and would work with almost everything in our wardrobes.

Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images
Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

The earrings are available to shop now on the Orelia website, where they're currently marked as a 'trending' item so we're expecting them to sell out fast. Luckily for us, Kate's gold huggie earrings are also available to shop on ASOS.

The Duchess wore the earrings with another high street hit from Boden – the bright pink Hambleden jumper with an on-trend scalloped neckline, which can be yours for £65, and also comes in an array of other colours if pink isn't for you.

We reckon it's the perfect knit for spring, and we'll certainly be snapping it up to wear with our new Orelia hoops. Thanks for the shopping tips, Kate!

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