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Future princesses -- they really are just like us!

Wearing a black Issa wrap dress and kitten-heeled camel-colored shoes, Kate Middleton hit King's Road earlier this week for a bit of pre-wedding shopping, The Telegraph reports.

Stopping at American favorite Banana Republic, the bride-to-be bought pieces from the store's summer collection -- perhaps for her upcoming honeymoon with Wills.

According to the newspaper, Kate told the staff that she "loves Banana Republic" and "will be shopping with them in future." The moderately-priced brand definitely fits Kate's fashion taste, with its go-to basics and classic casual wear.

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  • morning Alisha

    I love that she has a simple, lovely style. She could be the girl next door.

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