THE Duchess of Cambridge has beaten Meghan to be crowned this year’s biggest royal influence on style.
The Duchess of Cambridge has beaten Meghan Markle to be crowned this year’s biggest royal fashion influencer[/caption]
Searches for Alexander McQueen rose by 20 per cent thanks to Kate (pictured in Germany wearing McQueen)[/caption]
Kate even managed to beat royal newcomer Meghan Markle[/caption]
Her style while pregnant with Prince Louis generated more online searches on eBay than any other royal over the past year.
Enquiries for tailored maternity coats more than tripled in November 2017, while Kate was expecting her third child.
And in April, searches for designer Jenny Packham doubled when Kate appeared outside the Lindo Wing in a red smock for Louis’ debut.
Searches for designer Jenny Packham doubled when Kate appeared outside the Lindo Wing in one of her designs for Louis’ debut[/caption]
Kate also wore an Alexander McQueen coat dress to Meghan and Harry’s wedding[/caption]
Her choice of Packham, Alexander McQueen and Seraphine saw a 20 per cent rise in searches for the designers, hitting 43 per hour.
Meghan’s fashion influencing power peaked in May at her wedding to Prince Harry.
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The Givenchy dress she wore led to a 60 per cent rise in searches, peaking at 55 an hour.
Rob Hattrell, of eBay, said: “While Meghan was the focus of the fashion pages, Kate’s style has long been a hit.”
In third place was Princess Charlotte, top in 2017, with brother George fourth and the Queen fifth.