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Even the Duchess shops at Topshop! Kate Middleton stepped out during her tour in India in a bright, embroidered midi dress that was both adorable and affordable! Duchess Kate's rosy dress retails for only $140, though after her royal highness sported the cute confection on April 13 it instantly sold out.

Duchess Kate added a pair of black wedges and chandelier earrings to go with the accessible dress while visiting the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Kaziranga National Park in India. Despite the 90 degree temperatures, Kate stayed cool in the breezy Topshop frock and kept her hair swept up in an updo.

Accompanied by her husband, Prince William, Duchess Kate got the chance to feed baby elephants and rhinos with oversized bottles. These animals are ones that have been injured, displaced, or orphaned, and the royals got the chance to get up close and personal with the cute creatures on this stop of their journey.

Kate and Prince William are currently on a week-long tour of India and Bhutan. This stop particularly thrilled them, as Us Weekly reported. The CEO of the Wildlife Trust of India, Vivek Menon, shared, "They were absolutely thrilled and loved being with the animals. The duchess loved the baby rhino particularly."

"The duke said if he could he would have spent the whole day there," Vivek added.

While at Kaziranga National Park, Kate and William also got the opportunity to go on a safari ride to see more of the Park's animals. The area is also home to water buffalo, tigers, and endangered swamp deer.

Though the happily married couple are having fun on their tour, the week-long trip also marks the longest time Duchess Kate has spent apart from her two children, 2-year-old Prince George and 1-year-old Princess Charlotte.

While speaking with village elders at this stop on their tour at Kaziranga National Park, the couple were asked why they didn't bring their children along.

Kate reportedly responded to the inquiry with a practical parent answer, "Because George is too naughty. He would be running all over the place. The next time we come we will definitely bring them."

Royals, they're just like us!