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The Duchess of Cambridge continued to champion affordable high street brand, Boden, on Monday 8 March.
To celebrate International Women's Day, the 39-year-old royal spoke with Jasmine Harrison, who is the youngest woman to row solo across the Atlantic.
Harrison, 21, completed the 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, which saw her sail on her own from La Gomera, in the Canary Islands, to Antigua, in 70 days.
For the video call, the Duchess of Cambridge wore an elegant Dora Tie Neck Blouse by the brand, which featured a statement pussy bow neck tie and a spring-ready pink floral print.
She styled her brunette locks in a half up do and accessorised with a dainty pair of drop earrings
Buy it: Dora Tie Neck Blouse | £80 from Boden
Also available at John Lewis
While the royal-approved Azalea Splash print may not be available for much longer, the feminine blouse also comes in two other bold and beautiful designs, including a green and yellow print, and a red, white and blue paisley print.
Boden is also doing its part to celebrate International Women's Day, as it has partnered with the Prince's Trust and will donate £1 from every order made on Monday 8 March 2021 to The Prince’s Trust’s #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign, an initiative created to help support young women across the UK living in extremely challenging circumstances.
The Max Studio Tie Neck Polka Dot Blouse also boasts a pussy bow neck tie, a polka dot print and comes in a soft dusk pink shade.
Buy it: Max Studio Tie Neck Polka Dot Blouse | £60 from John Lewis & Partners
However, the Dora Tie Neck Blouse it isn't the only royal-approved Boden item up for grabs at the moment.
In November 2020, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a sky blue Abercorn Scallop Cardigan by the high street store for a virtual royal engagement with Johannah Churchill, who was one of the finalists in Kate’s photographic competition, Hold Still 2020.
While the £75 number has sold out numerous times since it was Kate-approved, it has recently been restocked and released in several new colours.
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