This brand is selling a very convincing copy of one of Kate Middleton's most popular dresses… and it’s £255 cheaper

So when we saw a high-street brand had released a dress strikingly similar to one of Kate Middleton's most popular gowns (and for £255 less) we couldn't wait to get our hands on it.

Little Mistress (via ASOS) has just released a white dress, almost identical to the Self Portrait gown Kate wore to the premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob two years ago in London.

The stunning design features a long-sleeved crochet lace top, complete with high-neck, fitted waist and a long, pleated skirt.

It was so popular, that the dress sold out almost immediately.

And Little Mistress' new design is the mirror image.

The only minor differences are the length of the skirt – with Kate's Self Portrait version being slightly longer than the design by Little Mistress – and the sleeves, which on the high-street style are three-quarters in length.

Of course, the biggest difference is the price, with Kate's style worth £320, while the Little Mistress version is just £65.

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And Kate's not the only celeb to wear the gorgeous gown, either.

Tamara Ecclestone wore the dress in 2016 for a photoshoot with Evening Standard and Paris Hilton stepped out in the lace style while attending the amfAR Gala in Los Angeles during the same year.

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Santa Clarita Diet actress Maggie Lawson has also worn the popular frock, to the People's Choice Awards in 2016.

We're adding it to our basket, before it sells out!

Earlier this week, we told you Michelle Keegan’s £45 sell-out denim bodycon dress is back in stock… and is also in black.

We also revealed PrettyLittleThing is selling an £18 mesh maxi dress which leaves absolutely NOTHING to the imagination.

And we showed you Primark’s new Winnie the Pooh pyjamas that combine our love of Disney and brunch… and they only cost £6

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