Kate Middleton’s ‘favourite’ £5 face cream has had a redesign – shop it before it sells out

It’s said that Kate Middleton is usually a fan of designer beauty brands like Jo Malone and Bobbi Brown – makeup from which she even wore on her wedding day – but there have also been rumours of a bargain skin cream that she keeps stocked in her bathroom.

Apparently Kate was once spotted buying a tub of Nivea Visage Pure and Natural Moisturising Day Cream in Boots on The King’s Road in London. Since then, the product has flown off shelves thanks to Kate’s (unofficial) royal seal of approval.

The cult cream has now been given a rebrand and a whole new look to move with the times.

It’s called Nivea Naturally Good Day Radiance Cream, £5.99 here, and comes with a promise of being made from 99 per cent natural ingredients.

If you’re a fan of the original formula then don’t stress about the new look; the cream still promises to nourish, calm and plump complexions with aloe vera and argan oil. Only the best for our Duchess.

Royal skincare expert and dermatologist Mehmet Göker from Vera Clinic recently took a deep dive into the skincare products rumoured to be used by Kate, Meghan Markle, and Her Majesty The Queen.

According to Dr Mehmet, Kate’s regime totals around £312 – a small price in comparison to Meghan’s supposed £619 regime.

Along with the Nivea product, Kate has also been listed by Dr Mehmet as being a frequent user of Certified Organic Rosehip Oil, £19.99 here, The White Company Flannel, £5 here, Heaven by Deborah Mitchell Silver Bee Venom Mask, £86.50 here, and Beuti Skincare’s Beauty Sleep Elixir, £65.69 here.

Beuti Skincare founder Leila Aalam has previously mentioned on the brand’s website that Kate is a fan of this natural face oil. In fact, it’s rumoured that she was once such a fan – apparently she had three bottles on her nightstand – that she even recommended it to Meghan.

The product is made with 14 plant oils, and blends powerful anti-inflammatory and soothing properties like neroli and lavender herb oil.

At £65 it is quite a splurge, but hey, Kate can’t be thrifty all the time. After all, she is a royal!

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