10 most popular shoppable royal looks from 2022 – according to HELLO! readers

With a new year on the horizon we wanted to look back at what an amazing year 2022 has been for royal style. Here at HELLO! we love to show you all the royal outfits, and allow you to shop the looks straight away. 

It’s not easy crediting royal outfits (if only they’d tag on Instagram like fashion influencers do!) but thankfully HELLO!‘s team of avid fashion experts are eager to share the exact items the royals are wearing, and with a budget-friendly lookalike added into the mix as well.

We’ve delved through the data to look at the royals who have made HELLO! readers rush to replicate (or repliKate!) the outfits. We’ve kept to just two Princess Kate outfits, as we wanted to share a nice mix of royal outfits from other royal members, from Queens in other countries, and with close members alongside the royal family. 

Princess Kate’s DeMellier bag 

When Princess Kate paid a visit to Cardiff Castle on June 4, 2022 in Cardiff, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II, she wore a black DeMellier bag and HELLO! fans instantly rushed to buy! With a lower price tag than a typical designer bag, together with a chic design, it’s easy to see why shoppers flocked. 

The Nano Montreal bag, £295, DeMellier London


Zara Tindall’s I’m a Celeb crossbody bag 

Another bag!

We all enjoyed watching Mike Tindall on I’m a Celebrity (though we won’t be forgetting those budgie smugglers for a while!), and we also loved getting a glimpse of his wife Zara who rocked some incredible looks while photographed in Australia. Princess Anne’s daughter wore her favourite Aspinal of London bags – the camera ‘A’ crossbody – with many of her laid-back looks. HELLO! shoppers instantly wanted to shop the look, and although Zara’s nude colour has been discontinued, this Heather shade is new, and it’s stunning.

Camera ‘A’ Bag, £221, Aspinal of London


Pippa Middleton’s Karen Millen coat 

Yes, we know she’s not a royal, but at HELLO! we love the Middletons. At the beginning of December 2022, Pippa stepped out for the annual Henry Van Straubenzee Christmas Carol Concert at St. Luke’s church in Chelsea, London. She wrapped up warm in a burgundy coat from Karen Millen, and guess what, it’s available to buy and it’s on sale. 

Italian Wool Belted Midi Peplum Coat, £327.20 (WAS £407), Karen Millen 


Princess Kate’s gingham blouse 

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When the Cambridges shared a cute video of Kate and the kids baking ahead of the Queen’s Jubilee, she wore a very chic gingham blouse and it was stocked at John Lewis. It sold out instantly, but guess what?! It’s returned online! Get it while you can. 

Brora Gingham Ruffled Chelsea Collar Shirt, £129, John Lewis


Carole Middleton’s Wimbledon jumpsuit 

When Carole Middleton went to Wiimbledon in June 2022, she wore a Boden jumpsuit and HELLO! readers were smitten and instantly wanted to shop the look. Kate’s mum made the patterned one-piece sell fast – but luckily, stock has replenished and it’s now in the end of year sales. 

Square neck linen jumpsuit, £81 (WAS £150), Boden 


Princess Beatrice’s Glasto dress 

In photographs that appeared on the MailOnline, Princess Beatrice was pictured at Glastonbury wearing a denim shirt dress, and it came from River Island. The young royal loves her designer labels, so it was refreshing to see her wearing a british high-street brand. And what’s more, it cost a purse-friendly £40. 

Denim dress, £40, River Island 


Meghan Markle’s heatwave dress

While the photo of Meghan wasn’t new, it turns out when the UK experienced super high temperatures, we looked to the LA native to help us dress. 

Meghan’s floaty, relaxed dress was a hit with HELLO! shoppers thanks to its asymmetrical dip hem and pockets (POCKETS!) and being made from breathable, lightweight fabric. 

At $89 (£74) it’s a real steal and will be perfect for the vacation you have in your calendar. 

Toscana dress, $89 (£74), Magic Linen 


Queen Letizia’s sizzling summer look

When Queen Letizia of Spain wore this £29.99 Zara dress, sales soared for the pink and white mini dress, and while the royal’s Castaner wedges sold out, women were desperate to recreate the look with a pair from Marks & Spencer. 

Pink wedges, £89, Marks & Spencer 


Princess Eugenie’s vegan trainers

Back in March 2022, the gorgeous Princess Eugenie headed to the Grand Prix, which was held in Bahrain, along with her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and older sister Princess Beatrice.

In photographs that appeared on the MailOnline, the mother-of-one wore a stunning navy blue floral dress, and she added a fabulous new pair of trainers by Loci. The royal wore the ‘Nine’ style in white, and they cost £135. These trainers are 100 percent vegan and are environmentally friendly.

Loci Nine trainers, £135, Loci Nine


Queen Consort’s green floral dress

Back in July, the Duchess of Cornwall (as she was then known) visited the famous Notting Hill Carnival and looked incredible in a beautiful dress by royally-loved label ME + EM.

Sadly, the dress is no longer available (probably because so many HELLO! readers shopped it!) but a very similar style has gone into the end of year sale. 

Floral dress, £192.50 (WAS £275), ME + EM



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