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Duchess Kate's engagement dress could be yours!

Royal fans, you'd better move quickly. Duchess Kate's iconic engagement dress is back in stock and causing a frenzy.
/ Source: TODAY

Royal fans, you'd better move quickly. The iconic navy wrap dress that Duchess Katherine of Cambridge wore when she announced her engagement to Prince William is officially back in stock.


The dress, designed by Issa London and worn by Duchess Kate in 2010 at St James's Palace, is a day-to-evening frock made from fitted silk jersey fabric with a flattering wrap front, a tasteful V-neck and long sleeves. It's called "The Phylis" (because a dress this elegant deserves an equally elegant name), and it's now available for a cool £575.00 (that's $894.44) at Harvey Nichols, a British department store chain.

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After eight years of courtship, Prince William, 28 at the time, asked Duchess Kate for her hand in marriage while the pair was on vacation in Kenya. In November 2010, a month later, they officially informed the media (and all of us gawking onlookers) that they were indeed engaged.

Britain's Prince William and his fiancée Kate Middleton pose for photographers during a photocall to mark their engagement, in the State Rooms of St James s Palace, central London on November 16, 2010. Prince William will marry his girlfriend Kate Middleton next year, the royal family said Tuesday, in the biggest royal wedding in Britain since his parents Charles and Diana married in 1981. The announcement ended feverish speculation about when the second-in-line to the throne would wed, after a romance that has already lasted nearly eight years. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL (Photo credit should read BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)Ben Stansall / AFP - Getty Images

Since the news broke almost five years ago, royal fans have been clamoring to keep up with the stunning couple's style and fashion choices ... and by "keep up," we really mean to say "copy."

We're pretty sure her preferred designers don't mind.

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