Kate Middleton Rewore Her $8 Earrings for Her Latest Public Appearance

Kate Middleton and Prince William marked Volunteers' Week on Friday by sharing a new Instagram video, in which Kate rewore her $8 Accessorize earrings.

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On Friday, Kate Middleton and Prince William (opens in new tab) shared a new video on Instagram to mark Volunteers' Week in the U.K. In the clip, they speak to volunteers from two organizations: Conscious Youth (opens in new tab) in Kirklees, England, which offers services to young people to encourage "active citizenship and community cohesion," and Machynlleth Corona Community Response (opens in new tab) in Powys, Wales, which provides "community support" to local people amid the coronavirus pandemic.

"You guys are out there volunteering in your own ways. Everyone’s got something to give back," Kate says in the video (watch the extended version on YouTube (opens in new tab)). "These small acts of kindness, they go such a long way."

In the video, Kate rewears two items she's been spotted in before, ranging from the affordable to the not-quite-so-affordable. As Hello! reports (opens in new tab), the Duchess of Cambridge first wore the "Mabel" broderie anglaise shirt from M.i.h. Jeans to the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019. It's still in stock (at about $320) but only in very limited sizes. Shop below:

Then there's the more affordable item: Kate's $8 gold earrings. She first wore the Accessorize "Twisted Circle Drop" earrings for an evening reception in Dublin, Ireland last March—and inexplicably, they're still in stock (and yes, they ship to the U.S.) You can shop them below—but you'll probably want to be quick about it.

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Emily Dixon is a British journalist who’s contributed to CNN, Teen Vogue, Time, Glamour, The Guardian, Wonderland, The Big Roundtable, Bust, and more, on everything from mental health to fashion to political activism to feminist zine collectives. She’s also a committed Beyoncé, Kacey Musgraves, and Tracee Ellis Ross fan, an enthusiastic but terrible ballet dancer, and a proud Geordie lass.