Who wouldn't love to dress up like the Duchess of Cambridge? Everyone is in awe of Kate Middleton’s royal wardrobe and there are numerous accounts on social media created by her fans to unearth everything that she loves to wear, her children love to do or what she loves to eat. However, if you scour through Instagram, you will find a British woman, who has taken her obsession toward the Duchess to a next level.

Kate Urbanksa replicates Middleton's best looking dresses at a much cheaper rate. She documents them all on her Instagram account named "GreatReplikate." Urbanksa resides in Berkshire, where the 29-year-old is considered to be a Middleton expert and she also works as a beautician. She created her almost royal wardrobe by searching on eBay for affordable clothing and appointed a tailor to recreate those looks for her. However, she has purchased some of the Duchess' favorite pair of shoes at the original price. But, everything else she has bought amounts to a fraction of the original price of the Duchess' clothing.

"It doesn’t matter whether I’m on the bus or waiting in line for something, whenever I have a spare moment, I’m always checking the different sites," she told New York Magazine. "Rather than going for high-street replicas, I like to buy the exact high-end outfit the princess wore so I’m always looking for bargains. I check eBay and online auctions daily so I can get the exact pieces she has worn without the hefty price tag," she added.

Till now, the most expensive item she bought was a pair of the Duchess' Gianvito Rossi 105 heels that she purchased with the original price.

"I love Kate Middleton and her style – her look is modest, timeless and so different compared to other celebrities nowadays," Urbanksa said. "She never follows trends, and she picks clothes that are comfortable, elegant and classic," she said, Huffington post reported.

However, she also mentioned that she only replicates those dresses that she can wear herself. "My lifestyle doesn’t require a couture gown so I will probably never buy any full-length gowns she wore or will wear in the future," she said, Marie Claire reported.