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This Woman Replicates All of Kate Middleton's Outfits

She's such a copyKate!
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There are plenty of people out there who admire the Duchess of Cambridge's now-iconic style, but few are working as hard as Kate Urbanksa, who wears the exact same high-end pieces as the royal Kate, but buys them at a fraction of their cost.

Urbanska, a 29-year-old beautician who lives in Berkshire, England, runs a very punny blog called Great RepliKate and told the Daily Mail that she emulates the Duchess of Cambridge because sensibility is classic and more modest than other celebrities. She added, "Her designer clothes are such good quality that she is able to wear them time and time again."

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Urbanska's secret to scoring Kate's luxury items at half the cost is actually pretty simple. She scours eBay for deals on the exact outfits Middleton has worn, then has them tailored to her body. "Kate does don a lot of expensive clothes," she conceded, "but by being selective and tenacious anyone can recreate the duchess's closet without breaking the bank... I check eBay and online auctions daily. It doesn't matter whether I'm on the bus or waiting in line for something, whenever I have a spare moment, I'm always checking the different sites."

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

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