These are the royal family's favorite perfumes

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There are only so many ways we can get in on royal trends without a royal budget.

Pricey clothes may be out of the question for us commoners, and albeit the frequent affordable Zara buy from the Duchess of Cambridge or the occasional Banana Republic purchase from the Duchess of Sussex, fans of the British royal family are forced to get creative when it comes to emulating their styles! 

But luckily for us, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth's favorite scents aren't made out of unicorn hair or dragon blood. In fact, when it comes to perfumes, our favorite leading ladies are known for a spritz of timeless and affordable scents before they walk out of the palace doors. 

The Duchess of Cambridge is allegedly a big fan of Jo Malone's Orange Blossoma unisex scent that "captures the wildness of honeysuckle, winding through the English countryside." While it was reported that the duchess wore the Illuminum Vaporizor Perfume in White Gardenia Petals to her 2011 nuptials, she did include her favorite Jo Malone scent on her big day in the form of candles

According to Vogue Australia, the 93-year-old monarch is a major fan of Guerlain's iconic scent L'Heure Bleue. Mixed with subtle hints of tuberose, carnation and aniseed note, the popular scent joined the French cosmetics line back in 1912.

The former actress revealed to Express back in 2015 that she switches off between a few different fragrances, with one of her favorites being Oribe's Côte d'Azur.

"Fragrance is my favorite thing – so much so that if I leave the house and I don’t put any on, I’ll turn around and go back home," she said in the interview on her top beauty tips. 

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