The Â£ 1,350 Miu Miu cardigan worn by the Duchess of Cambridge for her Together At Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 8 sold out online.
Kate Middleton, 39, wore the festive designer number when taping the promo for her charity event which came out two days ago, and aired in full on Christmas Eve on ITV.
With its scoop detail, Peter Pan collar and mother-of-pearl buttons, the cardigan has proven to be a hit among the Duchess’s fashion followers – despite its exorbitant price tag.
And just days after the recording was released, the item sold in all sizes on sites like Net-A-Porter, Far Fetch, and Miu Miu.
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The Â£ 1,350 festive Miu Miu sweater Kate Middleton wore in the first Royal Carols – Together At Christmas trailer, pictured is already sold out on Net-A-Porter
Miu Miu’s cashmere number features a cute diamond stitch, while its understated baubles are perfect for those who want to add a little Christmas spirit to their wardrobe without breaking the bank.
The Peter Pan collar is removable and the white roses and jacquard woven back add a more festive touch to the outfit.
The Net-A-Porter site advises pairing mother-of-pearl buttons with a pair of pearl earrings for a chic festive look.
Kate chose the cardigan to host her special Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey earlier this month.
The sweater, which is in cashmere, comes with a removable collar and a discreet ball detail, shown
The Â£ 1,350 cardigan sold in all sizes after the Duchess of Cambridge wore it to promote her gig in a trailer released by ITV
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in the festive cardigan, pictured, in a trailer promoting the concert
The mother-of-three beamed on Friday in new photos released ahead of the Westminster Abbey concert, which airs Christmas Eve on ITV.
âI am so excited to welcome Together At Christmas here at Westminster Abbey,â Kate told cameras with a smile.
The video also showed famous artists such as Leona Lewis, Ellie Goulding and Tom Walker. It also featured a clip of presenter Kate Garraway speaking at the Westminster Abbey concert.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, looked festive in a scarlet Catherine Walker coat as she arrived to host a Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 8
Kate Middleton was joined by Prince William as they walked side-by-side in the singing service in London (pictured)
The service was developed with BBC Studios Events Productions but will air on ITV at 7:30 p.m. on Christmas Eve as part of a special program called Royal Carols: Together At Christmas.
Prince William and Kate have reportedly ditched the BBC as broadcaster for their Christmas special following the two-part series Princes and the Press, which has been criticized by the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for giving credibility to “exaggerated and unfounded claims” about the royal family.
Participants in Kate’s chants were ‘encouraged’ to wear face masks
According to the Westminster Abbey website, face coverings are encouraged inside Abbey and St Margaret’s Church and social distancing is encouraged in small and confined areas.
Previous photos show the mother-of-three debuted a new red Catherine Walker coat dress for the outing, which featured a large bow on the bodice before removing it to show off her party cardigan.
Photos of Kate entering the Abbey show how she added a touch of glamor to her outfit with the Queen Mother’s sapphire and diamond fringe earrings, and recycled her Â£ 640 red suede bag per Miu Miu for the occasion, worn for the first time in September 2016.
The coat dress, estimated at around Â£ 3,000, is a new ensemble for the Duchess, who previously wore a black version of the coat to attend Prince Philip’s funeral in April.
The concert was supported by the Royal Foundation and pays tribute to the incredible work of individuals and organizations across the UK who have supported their communities during the pandemic
It was a family affair for the Duchess with her parents Carole, 66, and Michael, 72, Middleton, as well as siblings James, 34, and Pippa, 38.
The group were also joined by the Countess of Wessex, 55, Princess Beatrice, 33, and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, Princess Eugenie, 31, and Zara Tindall, 40, and Mike Tindall, 43 years.
Preview: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge earlier this month shared a preview of the invitations sent to guests, including charities, teachers and volunteers
The Queen, 95, was not present, neither Prince Charles nor Camilla. The monarch was forced to cancel its annual pre-Christmas lunch this week for the second year in a row due to the pandemic.
She was planning to welcome around 50 loved ones, including Prince Charles and Camilla, to an event at Windsor Castle next week.
A day after the party, the Queen was due to fly by helicopter to Sandringham in Norfolk, where she was due to spend Christmas herself.
However, it has now emerged that the Queen had “regretfully” canceled her family lunch as a “precaution”, believing that too many people were risking Christmas preparations if they continued.