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kate middleton engagement blouseWireImage and Whistles

Now you don't need a tiara to look like a princess. Back by popular demand, Kate Middleton's coveted ivory silk blouse, which she wore in the couple's official engagement photo, can be yours.


Originally from the fall 2008 collection at Whistles, the top was no longer available in stores, breaking the hearts of many Kate-loving fashionistas. But thankfully the British shop has reissued the blouse, along with a heftier price tag and new name. The frilly shirt a.k.a. the Kate Blouse retails for $203.52, up from $155.

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  • phyllis

    who cares about these people there are homeless people in the world and the world is going to sh*t there all fake the grand mother is a dam nut oh boy just what i want to see another royal wedding just like there will be no other princess diana that other old bat is ugly and belongs with the father princess diana was a one and only real person unlike these fakes

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