A FASHION expert has revealed the six items of clothing Kate Middleton will never be seen in.
Erin Fitzpatrick, a fashion expert regularly shares fashion news on her TikTok account @fitz.erin.
In a recent video the fashion expert said: “Six things Princess Kate never wears.
“First up is nail polish.”
The fashion pro claimed the Princess of Wales never has her nails painted with anything other than clear or nude nail polish.
However, that seems to have changed as Kate was caught wearing red polish at the Easter church service earlier this year.
Next, she revealed Kate will never wear a bag while also wearing sneakers, which we saw today as she stepped out to visit Windsor with Prince Williams.
Erin added: “She’s never worn any of Princess Diana handbags, even though she’s obviously inherited many pieces of Diana’s jewellery.”
The bag in question is the Lady Dior bag.
Another interesting detail the fashion expert has noticed was that Kate never wears designer trainers.
She noted the most common brands Kate wears is Superga, M&S, New Balance, adidas and Nike.
And despite constantly mixing up her jewellery, the fashion expert revealed Kate never switched out her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
Finally she revealed Kate never wears loafers at official engagements.
Erin added: “She never wears loafers for official engagements.
“This was a candid paparazzi photo while she’s out shopping, but she’s never been photographed in these elsewhere.”
The video has since gone viral with over two million views and over 125k likes.
People quickly took to the comments section of the clip to share their thoughts.
One person wrote: “If I had a Cartier ballon bleu watch I would never wear anything else either.”
Another commented: “I literally love her. She’s so classy and it’s a perfect addition to the royal family.”
“She had red nail polish quite recently,” penned a third
Meanwhile a fourth said: “Designer sneakers are so tacky so I understand that one.”
“Yes she wear nail polish …at Easter she wore red nail polish,” claimed a fifth.
Someone else added: “Nails have changed now.”