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Kate Middleton Debuts New Shorter Haircut

And it may be her shortest cut yet!

Since the moment we all welcomed Kate Middleton into our lives, she has sported long, lush, perfectly blown-out locks that most of the world is incredibly jealous of.

So whenever we hear the news that The Duchess Of Cambridge has gotten a haircut, our hearts stop. Is it something dramatic or just a trim?

On Wednesday, the mother-of-two debuted a new 'do, and guys, we think this is the shortest Kate has gone yet! And the royal fans are loving it:

The Duchess stepped out with husband Prince William for ICAP's 23rd annual charity day in London, where the U.K. brokerage house donates all proceeds from the day's trading to charitable organizations.

Many are guesstimating that Middleton chopped off around five to six inches. She styled the new look with her fringe pushed delicately to the side and layers flipped out, giving volume and bounce. The hair proved playful as Kate and Will played ping pong and danced as they closed fundraising deals.

The Duchess celebrates closing a deal over the telephone at #ICAPCharityDay

A video posted by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal) on

Along with her new locks, Kate wore a LK Bennett Davina dress and a wool, double neckline Jude peplum jacket. What Kate Wore reports that she initially wore the pieces in 2012 for a series of engagements in Leicester with Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.

As for her accessories, the 33-year-old donned a Mappin and Webb 'Empress' earrings and necklace, as well as Stuart Weitzman black 'Power' pumps.

This outing comes a day after Kate made headlines by sporting a tiara which belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, to the Diplomatic Reception at Buckingham Palace.

Love the new look as always, Kate!

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