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The price of being a princess! Kate Middleton is no stranger to affordable threads, but the girl can certainly spend with the best of them when she needs to.

From the moment the young royal family touched down in Canada, as part of an 8-day trip, the eyes of the world were on Kate and her fashion, as they often are.

Kate has yet to disappoint. However, thus far she's let her love of affordable brands like Topshop and Gap take a back seat to more costly clothing.

E! News put together the cost of the Duchess of Cambridge's outfits thus far. Let's just say that in order to mimic Kate's looks, you need to open up your wallet in a big way.

When arriving in British Columbia's Victoria Airport on Sept. 24, Kate dazzled in a blue Jenny Packham dress that rang in at about $5,000. Throw in a $4,000 hat from Lock and Company, a pair of $12,000 earrings and a few other accessories and the tally of her arrival outfit is estimated to cost $22,305.

While in Vancouver the next day, Kate and white and red broderie anglaise Alexander McQueen dress that has a going rate of $5,100. However, her accessories (a $900 bag, $225 shoes and $24 earrings) didn't nearly match the previous days' total. When compared to her outfit the day before, the cost of her Sept. 25 outfit was a bargain at $6,600.

On the third day of the royal tour in Bella Bella with her husband Prince William, Kate opted for multiple outfits and mixed the pricey with the affordable, as she often does. During the day she rocked $1,750 earrings and $600 boots, but completed the look with $50 pants from Zara.

She appropriately glammed it up for a royal reception, rocking a $1,715 dress from Preen, $225 shoes and recycled jewelry (including a broach from the Queen, which is priceless.) That cost of being a princess in Canada on Sept. 26 was just a shade over $6,000.

One thing we can all agree on: Duchess Kate looks amazing in everything... Then again, we already knew that she was a style icon.