Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle

Shop like a royal on an Amazon budget.

Whether you’re looking to steal Kate Middleton’s sneaker style or emulate Meghan Markle’s skincare routine, you don’t have to spend a fortune to find royally approved products.

In fact, many royal family fashion and beauty finds are available right on Amazon — and for under $200.

While fashion fans might not find a sparkling diamond tiara like the Princess of Wales’ (although there are definitely $24 copies!) Amazon carries plenty of products with the royal stamp of approval.

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You can find Middleton’s favorite Clarins gloss for under $30 on Amazon.
The royal sported her go-to white sneakers from Superga for a 2020 park visit.
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Middleton and Markle sported shades that royal fans can grab on Amazon during the 2019 Wimbledon finals.

Below, find 10 of Middleton and Markle’s tried-and-true pieces, from skincare and makeup to sunglasses and more.

The Princess of Wales has worn these go-with-everything canvas sneakers for years, sporting them with shorts, jeans and fun pink trousers — she even wore them for her family’s 2022 Christmas card.

Markle was spotted wearing these chic — and under $70 — sunglasses on six occasions over the years, including the 2019 Wimbledon match she watched with Kate and Pippa Middleton.

According to Us Weekly, the Princess of Wales turned to this oil — which promises to help improve the appearance of stretch marks and wrinkles — when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.

Both Markle and Middleton are fans of this Spanish brand’s comfy espadrilles, with the Duchess of Sussex rocking a black pair and the Princess of Wales owning a light brown style of Castañer’s summery ankle-tie wedges.

You don’t often see royals actually applying their beauty products, but the Princess of Wales (known as the Duchess of Cambridge at the time) pulled this pretty pink gloss out of her purse during the 2019 Wimbledon championships. It’s also rumored to be the lip product she once “reluctantly” lent it to Markle, as Prince Harry detailed in his memoir, “Spare.”

The royal family has been known to favor Ray-Ban’s classic shades, and Middleton sported this black pair to the Wimbledon match she attended with her sister-in-law in 2019.

This luxe, ultra-moisturizing gloss featuring 23-carat gold flakes was spotted in a scene from the “Harry & Meghan” Netflix documentary. Plenty of Markle’s other Tatcha faves are also available on Amazon, like the brand’s rice polish ($68), which the duchess told Allure gives her skin “a really subtle exfoliation.”

This long-lasting, humidity-resistant hairspray was included in a photo Middleton’s hairdresser, Amanda Cook Tucker, once posted (and quickly deleted) on Instagram, with the snap including the hair products she packed for a royal tour.

Markle told Beauty Banter she “would buy a case of this at a time” when sharing her love for this “affordable” skin-firming find. She even called the product her “favorite lotion on the market.”

The Princess of Wales is said to be a fan of Karin Herzog’s skincare products, including this gel-based cleanser designed to create “a vacuum effect to unclog pores and dissolve impurities.”

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Jennifer Aniston has made drinkable collagen part of her routine for years.

It’s not every day that you can score savings on Jennifer Aniston’s daily routine.

The “Friends” star is a longtime fan of Vital Proteins, having touted the collagen brand long before becoming its chief creative officer in 2020.

And today only, several of the brand’s products are deeply discounted on Amazon — including 20% off formulas like the Original Collagen Peptides ($38, originally $47), which Aniston counts as a favorite.

“My go-to collagen routine is adding Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides in my morning cup of coffee or smoothie — so easy to use,” she once told the brand of the bestselling product, which is also available in a smaller container ($22, originally $27).

For a more flavorful mix-in, Aniston’s also praised the on-sale Vital Proteins Chocolate Collagen Powder ($38, originally $44) — which contains 20g of collagen per serving — for providing “a flavor boost” to her smoothies.

“There’s a collagen peptide that I’ve been loving — I’ve been seeing a difference,” she raved of Vital Proteins in a 2018 interview with Well + Good. “My nails are stronger and there’s a healthier … how do you explain it? A glow. It’s sort of that working from the inside-out thing.”

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Jennifer Aniston became the Vital Proteins chief creative officer in 2020.
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Jennifer Aniston became the Vital Proteins chief creative officer in 2020.

Aniston’s not the only star swearing by collagen, as Kourtney Kardashian’s Poosh brand previously teamed up with Vital Proteins on a line of drinkable products.

“I’ve been drinking collagen (the main protein found in the body: think hair, skin, bones, muscles, joints, and tendons) every morning for years, and it’s made such a difference in my body,” the reality star told the brand at the time.

If you’re looking for Aniston-approved deals on bling rather than beverage mix-ins, don’t forget to check out the pre-Valentine’s Day discount on the same BaubleBar ring she owns.

After all, with this many deals, you just might want to grab a few for your friends.

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Kim Kardashian’s beauty bag includes several drugstore staples.

From archival couture to a $10,000 ponytail, it’s not always easy keeping up with Kim Kardashian’s fashion and beauty favorites.

But when it comes to makeup remover, you won’t need a glam squad-sized budget to score the Skims founder’s favorite: Neutrogena Night Calming Cleansing Makeup Remover Wipes ($12 for two 25-count packs).

The reality star gave fans a glimpse into her beauty arsenal on Instagram Stories last week, showing off a Chanel makeup bag packed with the wipes — plus other drugstore brand finds like Secret deodorant and a travel-sized CeraVe product.

“I literally have like a pharmacy in here, it’s kind of embarrassing,” she said of her bursting beauty bags, adding, “I love minis, so I keep all my minis in here and a lot of samples I’m trying.”

It’s far from the first time she’s showed her love for Neutrogena makeup towelettes, as she once touted the brand’s original Cleansing Face Wipes ($10) in an Into the Gloss interview.

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Kardashian showed off her beauty setup before debuting her SKKN travel bag.

“I always need a makeup wipe,” she said at the time. “I find that I can’t really take my makeup off without it … [These] take off everything but really gently — even mascara!”

Perhaps she shared some with sister Khloé Kardashian, who once described her routine on her website as using “two Neutrogena towelettes to remove any left-over product” post-face wash, per People.

The famous family isn’t alone in their love for the makeup remover, as Ariana Grande and Lucy Hale have also name-dropped the under-$20 find over the years.

“Neutrogena makeup remover wipes can take anything off without irritating me,” the latter “Pretty Little Liars” star once raved to Into the Gloss.

They’re also a hit with Amazon reviewers; both versions boast 5-star reviews, with the classic cleansing option having racked up over 85,000 ratings.