Zara is selling a £15.99 dupe of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite perfume

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Zara has collaborated with Jo Malone CBE for a new range of stunning perfumes - including the perfect bargain dupe of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite Jo Malone London fragrance.

Jo Malone founded Jo Malone London in 1990 but famously sold the company to Estee Lauder in 1999 for an "undisclosed" sum however she remained Creative Director of the company until 2006. Today she heads up Jo Loves, which she founded in 2011, and now she's paired up with Zara to bring out a new range of beautiful fragrances.

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Jo Malone London is renowned for its heavenly scents and best-selling candles - but the luxury brand comes with a luxury price tag. Kate is said to be a huge fan of Jo Malone London's Orange Blossom cologne, which was created in 2003 while Jo Malone CBE was still working at Jo Malone London. Described as "a shimmering garden oasis", it makes it the perfect scent for summer.

"Clementine flower sparkles over a heart of orange blossom and water lily, with warm undertones of orris and balsamic vetiver," the description adds. Sounds lush!

If you're looking for a similar fragrance at a much smaller price, then Zara's Fleur D'Oranger, as part of the Emotions collection by Zara X Jo Malone, is the perfect solution.

Priced at £15.99 for the 40ml bottle, the product description reads: "The fragrance reveals notes of orange flower, neroli, and ylang-ylang." It also includes a quote from Jo Malone, which reads: "Royal and regal moments should always be celebrated with orange flowers."

The perfume is also available in a 90ml bottle for £25.99 and a small pocket-sized roll-on 10ml bottle for £5.99.

Speaking about the collection, Jo Malone CBE said in a statement: "I am delighted to join Zara on this amazing adventure of creativity and collaboration. Our first collection is drawn on the global heritage of both brands, Zara and Jo Loves; using ingredients I have loved for many years. Every fragrance has been crafted with personality and a voice to tell its story in a unique fashion."

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