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Charlotte Tilbury Just Launched a Royals-Themed Collection of Her Cult-Favorite Lipstick

Duchess Kate now has a shade named after her.
IMAGE COURTESY OF CHARLOTTE TILBURY
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Already planning out your makeup for a Meghan and Harry wedding watch party this May? Charlotte Tilbury has you covered.

The British beauty brand just launched a royal-themed collection of lipsticks with names like "The Legendary Queen" and "The Duchess" in super-wearable shades.

According to The Cut, which broke the news of the line, Tilbury says the lip products are "perfect for every royal outing in your diary" (whether that means tea at Buckingham Palace or binge-watching The Crown in you pjs is up to you).

The collection includes three shades in two cult-favorite formulas: Tilbury's Matte Revolution lipstick in Legendary Queen (a deep wine shade) and The Queen (a vibrant pink shade), and then the brand's K.I.S.S.I.N.G lipstick in The Duchess (a soft "tea-rose pink").

Shop the individual lipsticks and the set below:


The Queen, $34 SHOP NOW


The Duchess, $34 SHOP NOW


Legendary Queen, $34 SHOP NOW


Royal Lipstick Trio, $85 SHOP NOW 

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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