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Kate Middleton dresses casually in H&M top and skinny jeans to get COVID-19 vaccine

Kate Middleton chose a rare casual outfit — an H&M top and jeans — to get her COVID-19 vaccine. CREDIT: Instagram


Kate Middleton dresses casually in H&M top and skinny jeans to get COVID-19 vaccine


Kate Middleton wore a rare casual look to her first shot of the COVID-19 vaccination last week at London’s Science Museum, matching an H&M white ribbed off-the-shoulder T-shirt with & Other Stories jeans ($89).

We’re used to seeing her in luxury gowns suitable for a royal, but Kate Middleton proved she can also dress casually and fashionably.

A photo of the mother-of-three receiving the jab recently came to light.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, wore the basic shirt for the first time in 2016; while the $34.95 version is now sold out, a similar H&M top is presently on sale for $7.99.

Kate looked stunning in her off-duty appearance. She wore her hair down and a face mask to follow the rules.

A pair of almost-identical slim-fit trousers costs £65.


Kate finished her look with a set of bobble hoop earrings from handmade jewellery maker Liv Thurlwell.

“I’m hugely grateful to everyone who is playing a part in the rollout – thank you for everything you are doing,” a short message alongside the image read.

She continued, saying: “Yesterday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at London’s Science Museum. I’m hugely grateful to everyone who is playing a part in the rollout – thank you for everything you are doing .”

In addition to H&M and its sister brand & Other Stories, she’s been spotted in Zara, Topshop, ASOS, and Gap outfits.

Her inexpensive jeans are ideal for dressing up or down. They’re made of organic cotton and come in a flattering high waist shape with a normal cropped leg. We’ll definitely be purchasing a pair to wear this season.

Meanwhile, Kate triggered another sell-out frenzy in 2019 when she wore a £79 floral gown from the designer to present the forest playground to her children at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show.

The post has gotten over a million ‘likes’ and over 7,000 messages, many of which congratulated the duchess on receiving protection.

The Duchess wore a blue face mask when she was injected at the South Kensington location.

Many royal admirers congratulated Kate on receiving her immunization, with some even referring to her as a role model. A nurse thanked her for sharing the photo as well.

The Duchess’ husband, Prince William, took his first dosage the week before at the same location; Prince Charles and wife Camilla, as well as the Queen, were vaccinated earlier this year.

When Prince William uploaded a photo of himself getting his immunization last week, people reacted similarly, with some commenting on his body.

Earlier this week, the duchess dressed up “like a princess” to surprise a courageous cancer patient.

While hundreds of individuals have expressed their support for the Duke of Cambridge’s essential efforts, this isn’t the only item that has piqued people’s interest. Many viewers couldn’t help but notice another element in the image: Prince William’s muscular arm.

NHS England stated that the Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines are available at London’s Science Museum, and that Kate and William are eligible for both because they are under 40. Kensington Palace has not confirmed which vaccine was administered to the royal couple.

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