Kate Middleton always displays impeccable outfits.
The royal fashion icon has won a lot of fans around the world.
A young fan from the Netherlands is selling the Duchess of Cambridge’s outfits to make some money.
This strange “fan” sells the same models worn by Kate Middleton on sites like eBay.
Kate Middleton is an inspiration to many women around the world. The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, sported a lemon yellow Emilia Wickstead dress on June 3, 2022. In the following days, searches for a yellow dress skyrocketed on Google Trends. Valerie Nijssen’s passion for Prince William’s wife’s outfits has prompted her to buy up to 150 Kate Middleton outfits so far, according to The Sun. The 27-year-old’s interest in the Duchess of Cambridge’s stylish outfits began in 2011.
To announce her engagement to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, 39, in 2011, Kate Middleton wore an Issa London dress costing £430, recalls The Sun. Valerie Nijssen managed to pick up the dress for just £38. Valerie is a fan of Kate Middleton outfits. She also wears some of the same models worn by the Duchess of Cambridge. Those that don’t suit her, she resells them on eBay. Valerie Nijssen even manages to make more or less significant margins by selling the clothes at auction to other fans of the mother of George, 8, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4.
Valerie Nijssen: This weird ‘fan’ made £6,500 on Kate Middleton’s outfits
“After the royal wedding in 2011, I realized there was something I loved about the Duchess of Cambridge – her impeccable style,” said the young woman from the Netherlands. Valerie Nijssen started the Royally Curated blog to talk about her passion for British royalty and more specifically Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, 40. Over the past 11 years, Valerie has made a profit of over £6,500, according to The Sun. One of Valerie’s most profitable purchases was a Uterqüe jacket that Kate Middleton wore in Canada in 2011. Valerie bought it for £21 on Vinted and managed to auction it off on eBay for £625.
Catherine Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Backgrid UK/ Bestimage