Kate Middleton has been sporting the twisted and braided do to high-profile engagements
Britain's Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge speaks to guests during a garden party at Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland, June 14, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS/CLODAGH KILCOYNE

Kate Middleton gave major hair envy as she glammed up for a gala dinner “A Taste of Norfolk” at Houghton Hall in Norfolk on Wednesday night. The charity dinner was in support of the 34-year-old royal’s EACH. The spring hair trend of a braided and twissted 'do' seems to have caught on with the Duchess of Cambridge as she has been sporting it on many occasions.

Kate styled her long brunette locks into an up “do.” Her hair was kept in a side part with a twisted and braided style low bun. This is not the first time she has sported the latest hair trend of a braided and twisted “do.” Over the past couple of months, the royal has showed her fascination for the style.

In April, Kate gave spring vibes and showed off the season’s major beauty trend. Her tresses were styled into a low chignon in a braided and plaited do during a lunch meeting with the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. Kate and William went on a royal tour of India and Bhutan in April.

She opted for a jade green lace Alice Temperley dress for the meeting and stayed cool in the hot weather. The braided “do” seems to have become a hit with the duchess, who was seen showing off the same hairstyle when she paid a visit to Pan Bari Village in Northeastern state of Assam in India on April 13. It is reportedly Amanda Cook Tucker, Kate’s favorite hairstylist, who is behind her glamourous hairstyles. The stylist even accompanied the mom-of-two during the royal visit to India and Bhutan.

During Wednesday’s engagement, Kate mixed and matched high-street and high end accessories. She wore diamond chandelier earrings, loaned from Queen Elizabeth II’s personal collection. She also wore a chunky diamond bracelet, which is reportedly a necklace owned by Queen Mary.

Kate wore exactly the same accessories for her first state dinner at Buckingham Palace in honor of the Chinese president and his wife in October. Besides, she teamed up her look with a Prada clutch bag and LK Bennett Agata sandals. The adorable sandal featured leather upper and a bow detail near the ankle.

For her makeup, Kate opted for pink lipstick and matching blush, lots of mascara and black eyeliner. She carried off the look in a recycled Jenny Packham gown.