While we’re excited to welcome the second royal baby (expected in April), we’re also going to miss Kate Middleton’s impeccable maternity style afterward. Luckily for stylish mamas-to-be, there are plenty of ways to copy her look. Here are six options to get the duchess’s best maternity styles — from exact replicas to wallet-friendly alternatives — on a budget.
Red shift dress
For an English charity event, the duchess turned heads in a simple yet eye-catching red shift dress. Stick with a similarly bright hue in this pleat-back polyester number that's on sale for a scant $22!
ASOS Maternity Shift Dress with Pleat Back, on sale for $22, ASOS.com
Floral print dress
Visiting a new children's hospice center, the duchess opted for a feminine, floral look. The dark pattern of this affordable wrap dress mimics her not-too-cutesy pregnancy look.
Everly Grey Kaitlyn Maternity Wrap Dress, $70, Nordstrom.com
Black turtleneck dress
During her New York visit, Kate chose to cover up in a black turtleneck dress. The sleek frock comes from Seraphine, one of Kate's go-to maternity labels, and is less than $100. Talk about a royal score!
Seraphine Black Turtleneck Vanessa Dress, $99, Seraphine.com
Nearing the end of her pregnancy, Kate stepped out in a playful, black-and-white polka dot dress. The wrap-skater-style is actually from budget-friendly brand ASOS Maternity — and goes for just $63!
ASOS Maternity Exclusive Wrap Skater Dress in Polka Dots, $63, ASOS.com
The duchess visited the set of "Downton Abbey" wearing a white coat with an empire waist and substantially sized buttons. Great news for mere-mortal mamas: The coat is available from Jojo Maman Bebe for just 69 euros, or under $75 (original coat now sold out).
Lauren Ralph Lauren Wool Blend Fit & Flare Coat, on sale for $169, Nordstrom.com
Black lace-sleeve dress
The duchess wore an elegant black lace, knee-length Beulah dress for a dinner during her New York visit. H&M has a similar date-night look on sale for just $17!
Mama Lace Dress, on sale for $17, HM.com
This article was originally published Mar. 30, 2015 at 12:29 p.m. ET.