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That Duchess Kate. She’s done it again, showing off her fashion acumen — and in clothing that even a non-royal could afford.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their tour of India Tuesday, joining Prince Minister Narendra Modi for a private lunch in New Delhi.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge playing a game of carrom with street children at a charity center in New DelhiGetty Images

But before their meeting, the couple visited a boys shelter run by a charity that helps house and feed street children. Kate sported a bindi on her forehead for that visit, but her full-length dress was what really got savvy shoppers excited.

Duchess Kate participates in an arts class.Getty Images

Duchess Kate wore a long-sleeved patterned maxi dress sold by Glamorous that allowed her to easily, and modestly, sit down cross-legged on the floor to play board games with children and draw pictures with them.

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The red and navy dress had sold for 50 British pounds, or roughly $71 in U.S. currency, on Glamorous.com but has since sold out.

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The $71 maxi dress worn by Kate has since sold out.glamorous.com

The retailer is now only accepting pre-orders for an expected ship-out date around May 10.

Another online site, Boem Boutique, offered the dress at a much cheaper cost, $40, but also has sold out.

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Duchess Kate and Prince William started their week-long visit to India in Mumbai. They next plan to visit a wildlife conservation center before heading to neighboring kingdom of Bhutan.