Want Kate Middleton's iconic hairdo? Here's how to recreate her style at home

As the Duchess of Cambridge touches down in Poland with her family the eyes of the world are as usual upon her and her famous hair.

Kate is sporting a shorter ‘do’ than usual these days, but people are still obsessed with her luscious locks.

And even though it was little Charlotte who stole the show with her first – very cute – royal wave, all eyes are still on her stunning mum.

Mum Kate looked chic in a white McQueen outfit for the arrival, where the royals were met by the Secretary of State of Cabinet of the President Krzysztof Szczerski, the British Ambassador to Poland Jonathan Knot and his wife Angela, and the Polish Ambassador to Britain.

Ever since Kate’s wedding to William in April 2011, people have been trying to recreate her hairstyle from her day.

London hair dresser Matthew Curtis has recreated the royal’s hair from the day when she walked into Westminster Abbey and married her prince.

And with a little practise you can create the same look at home, thanks to his step-by-step video.

The Duchess carries Princess Charlotte as they arrive in Poland
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How to create the look at home:

  • Use tongs to curl your hair all over then loosely brush out the curls with your hands

  • Run a heated tong over your hair

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  • Back comb the hair at the root

  • Smooth over the hair with a brush

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  • Pinch the hair together just below the crown

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  • Secure with two grips and cover with hairspray

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  • Direct the hair towards the back of the head and twist to create details

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  • Secure these twisted sections with a grip

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  • Define the loose curls with serum

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