With only a few monarchies remaining in the world, it might be hard to bag a prince as princely as Prince William, but anyone can still look like royalty as Kate Middleton does. Get that notepad and scroll down to see some of the beauty products that helped her achieve that duchess look:

1. Naked Palette By Urban Decay

Establishing eye contact with a potential prince is never easy, so be sure to do it right. For Middleton, a smoky eye is the way to go. Her go-to product is the “Naked Smoky” palette, which she loved so much that she recommended it to Michelle Obama. Sources spilled that her trusted shades are “Toasted” and “Hustle.”

2. L’Oreal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray Extra Strong Hold

Thank heavens for stylists who overshare. Her hairstylist, Amanda Cook Tyler, might have been too chatty when she Instagrammed all the beauty supplies she took with her on Middleton’s royal tour. Now the whole world knows that our queen’s 'do is aided by 13 brushes, 6 combs, 3 hair curlers, 2 hair dryers and this hairspray for a soft and shiny finish.

3. Certified Organic Rosehip Oil By Trilogy

As much as it is a hassle, pregnancy is simply inescapable for a woman. Middleton has this soft oil to help her hide those stretch marks. It is reported that since news broke on her devotion to the product, the bottle is being bought once every 20 seconds. Talk about a free endorsement.

4. Bobbi Brown Sandwash Pink Lipstick

Every fan of hers knows that neutral shades are more of her thing. For instance, she went with this Bobbi Brown lipstick during her wedding. (The duchess is a big fan of this brand.)

5. Beauty Sleep Elixir By Beuti Skincare

All those royal duties can take up so much time that there’s barely enough time for a multistep skincare regimen. Luckily, Middleton has her trusty Beauty Sleep Elixir by her bedside table to act as an alternative for foundation, and it can even be used for spot treatment. She gave it as a gift to Meghan Markle, who has also sworn devotion to it ever since.

Kate Middleton Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, attends the EE British Academy Film Awards at Royal Albert Hall on February 10, 2019, in London, England. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images