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The Duchess of Cambridge is really treating us this January, with her second royal engagement outing of the fortnight.
The mother of three visited the Shout mental health text service in London today (26 January) - an initiative launched back in 2019 that provides round-the-clock support from clinical supervisors and over 2,500 trained volunteers to people struggling with their mental health.
The visit was arranged to mark Shout's milestone achievement of one million conversations with those in need.
We think that's a pretty remarkable achievement, and certainly worthy of a royal visit.
And, true to style (quite literally), the Duchess looked every bit her elegant self as she arrived to meet volunteers, wearing a leopard print dress.
Now, before you get excited, this isn't one of those times where we reveal that the gorgeous piece is actually from Zara, but it is currently 55% off, meaning it's still within that do-able price range... just.
Usually £355, the khaki green dress from US designer Derek Lam is now £159 on The Outnet, and includes buttoned cuffs and shirred trims to add some understated detail to the printed piece.
Buy it: Derek Lam 10 Crosby pussy-bow leopard-print shirt dress | £159 (Was £355) - 50% off from The Outnet
The dress, believed to be a new addition to the Duchess' wardrobe, is made from a light crepe de chine fabric and features feminine pussy bow detailing.
She paired the dress with a pair of £10 gold plated hoop earrings from ASOS, and finished the look with a favourite pair of Ralph Lauren black suede high heel boots and a black belt.
We do love a royal that shops on ASOS.
Buy it: ASOS DESIGN 14k gold plated twist hoop earrings | £10 from ASOS
The dress itself is selling fast and is already sold out in several sizes, however we've scoured the high street to find some affordable alternatives.
After all, we love animal print and we love flattering khaki hues, so now that it has got the Duchess of Cambridge's seal of approval we think we're just going to have to add another animal printed number to our wardrobe.
Shop affordable animal print dress alternatives
Animal Print Midaxi Shirt Dress | £29.50 from M&S
Animal Print Tie Neck Midi Tiered Dress | £45 from M&S
Sosandar Animal Print Midi Dress, Green/Black | £59 from John Lewis
Animal Print V-Neck Midaxi Tiered Dress | £29.50 from M&S