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Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle… or Princess Charlene? The Royal with the most expensive wardone

Princess Charlene of Monaco was garbed in £655,574 worth of clothing over the last year making her the royal with the most expensive wardrobe, with Kate’s outfits valued at £192,636 and Meghan’s at £94,796 for place three and six respectively.

The retail values of the new clothes 19 princesses were wearing in public in 2022 were calculated by fashion watchdog UFO No More, a website dedicated to naming ‘unidentified fashion objects’.

No other princess came close to Princess Charlene of Monaco’s spending. 

Next in line is Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, who spent about a third of Princess Charlene with £201,761.

Princess Charlene of Monaco (far left) was garbed in £655,574 worth of clothing over the last year making her the royal with the most expensive wardrobe. Next in line is Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark (middle left), who spent about a third of Princess Charlene with £201,761. Kate, Princess of Wales (middle right), took third place, with a spending of £192,636 on her wardrobe last year. Her sister-in-law Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (far right), spent just £94,796 on new clothes last year

Princess Charlene of Monaco was garbed in £655,574 worth of clothing over the last year making her the royal with the most expensive wardrobe, with Kate's outfits valued at £192,636 and Meghan's at £94,796 for place three and six respectively

Princess Charlene of Monaco was garbed in £655,574 worth of clothing over the last year making her the royal with the most expensive wardrobe, with Kate’s outfits valued at £192,636 and Meghan’s at £94,796 for place three and six respectively

Kate, Princess of Wales, took third place, with a spending of £192,636 on her wardrobe last year. 

Her sister-in-law Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, spent just £94,796 on new clothes last year, UFO said. 

The princess with the lowest spending on clothes in the top ten was Princess Beatrice, who spent £77,348 on new pieces. 

UFO No More said the spending in their yearly fashion spending summary was calculated based on three categories: pieces that remain ‘unidentified fashion objects’, pieces that are identified and costs can be found and pieces where the designer is kown but the design is custom or the price is unknown.

In total, they took 1,359 pieces of clothing into account across all 19 royals. 

The website for all things ‘royal fashion’ has also been able to estimate the value of outfits worn by the princesses. 

Princess Charlene showed off 105 new garments in public, 65 of which the UFO fashion finders were able to price.

Princess Charlene spent £655,574 on clothing last year. Pictured: Charlene wearing an Akris dress worth £2,000, an Akris belt she has worn before worth an estimated £500 as well as knee-high Jimmy Choo boots costing £1,125 at the Red Cross Christmas gifts distribution at Monaco Palace on November 16, 2022 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. The outfit total she was wearing on the day is £3,625

Princess Charlene spent £655,574 on clothing last year. Pictured: Charlene wearing an Akris dress worth £2,000, an Akris belt she has worn before worth an estimated £500 as well as knee-high Jimmy Choo boots costing £1,125 at the Red Cross Christmas gifts distribution at Monaco Palace on November 16, 2022 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. The outfit total she was wearing on the day is £3,625

Next in line is Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, who spent about a third of Princess Charlene with £201,761. For the Fashion Awards in London in December, she was wearing Tiffany earrings £40,000, a SS23 Richard Quinn dress estimated at £1,340, an Olympia Le Tan Frankenstein clutch £1,500 and Aquazzura suede pumps worth £575. Her total outfit value was £43,415

Next in line is Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, who spent about a third of Princess Charlene with £201,761. For the Fashion Awards in London in December, she was wearing Tiffany earrings £40,000, a SS23 Richard Quinn dress estimated at £1,340, an Olympia Le Tan Frankenstein clutch £1,500 and Aquazzura suede pumps worth £575. Her total outfit value was £43,415

Princess Charlene showed off 105 new garments in public, 65 of which the UFO fashion finders were able to price. Her average price-per-piece in 2022 was £10,067, followed by Princess Maria-Olympia with about half the average price-per-piece

Princess Charlene showed off 105 new garments in public, 65 of which the UFO fashion finders were able to price. Her average price-per-piece in 2022 was £10,067, followed by Princess Maria-Olympia with about half the average price-per-piece

Kate, Princess of Wales, took third place, with a spending of £192,636 on her wardrobe last year. During last year's visit in Boston, Kate dazzled in Asprey London emerald and diamond earrings worth £9425, a Solace London dress worth £350 (which she rented for £74), Gianvito Rossi pumps worth £2,070 as well as Queen Mary's Art Deco Emerald & Diamond Choker (borrowed, no estimate). The value of her outfit that evening comes to £11,845 at a minimum

Kate, Princess of Wales, took third place, with a spending of £192,636 on her wardrobe last year. During last year’s visit in Boston, Kate dazzled in Asprey London emerald and diamond earrings worth £9425, a Solace London dress worth £350 (which she rented for £74), Gianvito Rossi pumps worth £2,070 as well as Queen Mary’s Art Deco Emerald & Diamond Choker (borrowed, no estimate). The value of her outfit that evening comes to £11,845 at a minimum

At a dinner and concert the Swedish royal family hosted for their newly-elected parliament in November, the princess was wearing a The Vampire's Wife dress (£795) paired with two Ole Lynggaard bracelets (together worth £1,960), a Christian Louboutin clutch worth £1,000, three Bigli Jewels rings each worth £1,835, a Skultuna PPG Bracelet (£39) and Stinaa.J pumps (£450). Her outfit total comes to £9,749

At a dinner and concert the Swedish royal family hosted for their newly-elected parliament in November, the princess was wearing a The Vampire’s Wife dress (£795) paired with two Ole Lynggaard bracelets (together worth £1,960), a Christian Louboutin clutch worth £1,000, three Bigli Jewels rings each worth £1,835, a Skultuna PPG Bracelet (£39) and Stinaa.J pumps (£450). Her outfit total comes to £9,749

Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, is among the top five royal fashion spenders with £119,222 worth of new pieces worn in 2022. Pictured: Maria Teresa in Lisbon last May, wearing a pink Alexander McQueen blazer (£1,650), Prada pumps (estimated at £1,000) and two different Statement earrings (£1,600 and £2,500 respectively), worth £6,750 in total

Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, is among the top five royal fashion spenders with £119,222 worth of new pieces worn in 2022. Pictured: Maria Teresa in Lisbon last May, wearing a pink Alexander McQueen blazer (£1,650), Prada pumps (estimated at £1,000) and two different Statement earrings (£1,600 and £2,500 respectively), worth £6,750 in total

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was wearing a custom Louis Vuitton dress (estimated at £8,000), Princess Diana¿s aquamarine ring (worn before, no estimate), Carolina Herrera earrings (£155), a Givenchy clutch worth £1,500 (worn before) and her Cartier bracelet worth £6,350 (worn before) in rainy New York in December for an award ceremony. Her outfit total for the look is £16,005

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was wearing a custom Louis Vuitton dress (estimated at £8,000), Princess Diana’s aquamarine ring (worn before, no estimate), Carolina Herrera earrings (£155), a Givenchy clutch worth £1,500 (worn before) and her Cartier bracelet worth £6,350 (worn before) in rainy New York in December for an award ceremony. Her outfit total for the look is £16,005

Her average price-per-piece in 2022 was £10,067.

Princess Maria-Olympia’s wardrobe gained 51 pieces, with an average price-per-piece of £5,460. 

While Kate, Princess of Wales, was wearing 204 new outfits in public, her average piece cost her only £1,146. 

Kate featured the most new items, followed by Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg with 148.

MailOnline took two outfits of each princess to break down the cost of their day-to-day wear as well as occassion wear. 

In November, Princess Charlene was wearing an Akris dress worth £2,000, an Akris belt she has worn before worth an estimated £500 as well as knee-high Jimmy Choo boots costing £1,125 at the Red Cross Christmas gifts distribution at Monaco Palace.

Her outfit total on the day was £3,625.

During a Christmas tree ceremony with her family, Charlene was wearing a Loro Piana cape (£5,400) as well as Stuart Weitzman overknee boots (£895). 

While it is unclear which exact pieces she was wearing underneath the cape, her outfit total comes to £6,295 at a minimum.

Princess Maria-Olympia, whose average price-per-piece was just half of Charlene’s, was wearing an Yves Saint Laurent dress worth £410 and Aquazzura high heels (£1,100) to a charity fundraiser in London last May, bringing her outfit total for the event to £1,510.

For the Fashion Awards in London in December, she showed off 40 times that value, featuring Tiffany earrings (£40,000), a SS23 Richard Quinn dress estimated at £1,340, an Olympia Le Tan Frankenstein clutch (£1,500) and Aquazzura pumps worth £575, totalling £43,415.

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, who came in 7th place after appearing in new clothes worth £91,721 in public last year, was wearing a Giorgio Armani ensemble consisting of a gold jacket (£11,704) and dress (estimated at £4,500), paired with Giorgio Armani shoes and a clutch (£820 and50 ... during a concert at the Grand Concert Hall of the Philharmonic Institute of Vilnius, during the official state visit of the Belgian Royal Couple to the Republic of Lithuania

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, who came in 7th place after appearing in new clothes worth £91,721 in public last year, was wearing a Giorgio Armani ensemble consisting of a gold jacket (£11,704) and dress (estimated at £4,500), paired with Giorgio Armani shoes and a clutch (£820 and £1,150 respectively) during a concert of the Belgian royal couple to the Republic of Lithuania. Her outfit total was £18,174

In eigth place is Princess Mary of Denmark (£81,771 worth of new clothes in 2022), pictured here in June, wearing a Scanlan tailored suit in coral (trousers £310, top £200, jacket £740) with a Scanlan belt (£160), Dulong jewelry (ring £1,883, necklace £6,493, bracelet £2,974), Gianvito Rossi pumps worth £1,150, a Rebekka Notkin necklace £,, Sophie Bille Brahe earrings £12,400 and a Chanel bag £4,894, totalling a £33,504

In eigth place is Princess Mary of Denmark (£81,771 worth of new clothes in 2022), pictured here in June, wearing a Scanlan tailored suit in coral (trousers £310, top £200, jacket £740) with a Scanlan belt (£160), Dulong jewelry (ring £1,883, necklace £6,493, bracelet £2,974), Gianvito Rossi pumps worth £1,150, a Rebekka Notkin necklace £2,300, Sophie Bille Brahe earrings £12,400 and a Chanel bag £4,894, totalling a £33,504

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, comes ninth in the royal fashion ranking due to her being seen £77,387 worth of new clothes. In December, she made an appearance a the Royal variety Performance at Royal Albert Hall in London, wearing Graff sapphire earrings (experts estimate their value at £250,000), an Erdem Lindsay gown (£2,895), LK Bennett pumps (£195) and a Elie Saab clutch worth £400, wearing a staggering total of £253,490 worth of items

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, comes ninth in the royal fashion ranking due to her being seen £77,387 worth of new clothes. In December, she made an appearance a the Royal variety Performance at Royal Albert Hall in London, wearing Graff sapphire earrings (experts estimate their value at £250,000), an Erdem Lindsay gown (£2,895), LK Bennett pumps (£195) and a Elie Saab clutch worth £400, wearing a staggering total of £253,490 worth of items

Last in the top ten royal fashionistas comes Princess Beatrice, pictured here after the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral in June. She was wearing a Beulah London dress (£795),  a Sydney Evan diamond ring (£845), a Sophia Webster clutch (£375), a Juliette Botterill headpiece (£650) and Ralph & Russo pumps with an estimated worth of £800. Her whole outfit came to £3,465

Last in the top ten royal fashionistas comes Princess Beatrice, pictured here after the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral in June. She was wearing a Beulah London dress (£795),  a Sydney Evan diamond ring (£845), a Sophia Webster clutch (£375), a Juliette Botterill headpiece (£650) and Ralph & Russo pumps with an estimated worth of £800. Her whole outfit came to £3,465

Kate, who was wearing new items worth nearly £200,000 last year, showed her fashion sense during last year’s visit in Boston.

She was photographed wearing Lenique Louis earrings (£225), an Emilia Wickstead hounstooth dress worth £1,150, her regularly worn Gianvito Rossi pumps (worn before, £520) and a Mulberry Harlow bag (£850). Her outfit total was £2,745

Later that day, she attended the The Earthshot Prize at MGM Music Hall, dazzling in Asprey London emerald and diamond earrings worth £9,425, a Solace London dress worth £350 (which she rented for £74), Gianvito Rossi pumps worth £2,070 as well as Queen Mary’s Art Deco Emerald & Diamond Choker (borrowed, no estimate). 

The value of her outfit that evening comes to £11,845 at a minimum.

In fourth place among the royal fashion spenders is Princess Sofia with £145,296 worth of new items and a price-per-piece of £1,500.

At a dinner and concert the Swedish royal family hosted for their newly-elected parliament in November, the princess was wearing a The Vampire’s Wife dress (£795) paired with two Ole Lynggaard bracelets (together worth £1,960), a Christian Louboutin clutch worth £1,000, three Bigli Jewels rings each worth £1,835, a Skultuna PPG Bracelet (£39) and Stinaa.J pumps (£450). 

Her outfit total for the green ensemble is to £9,749.

For a festival in summer in Stockholm, she was wearing Nootka earrings (£470), a By Malina top (£150), a MaxJenny! skirt worth £418, the same three Bigli Jewels rings as before, a Susan Szatmary clutch (£1,300), and Stinaa.J Elsa pumps (£450), totalling £8,293 worth of items for this outfit.

Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, is among the top five royal fashion spenders with £119,222 worth of new pieces worn in 2022. 

She was photographed wearing a pink Alexander McQueen blazer (£1,650), Prada pumps (estimated at £1,000) and two different Statement earrings (£1,600 and £2,500 respectively), worth £6,750 in total, in Lisbon last May.

Kate featured the most new outfits, followed by Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg with 148

Kate featured the most new outfits, followed by Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg with 148

During a Christmas tree ceremonywith her family, Charlene was wearing a Loro Piana cape (£5,400) as well as Stuart Weitzman overknee boots (£895). While it is unclear which exact pieces she was wearing underneath the cape, her outfit total comes to £6,295 at a minimum

During a Christmas tree ceremonywith her family, Charlene was wearing a Loro Piana cape (£5,400) as well as Stuart Weitzman overknee boots (£895). While it is unclear which exact pieces she was wearing underneath the cape, her outfit total comes to £6,295 at a minimum

Maria-Olympia was wearing an Yves Saint Laurent dress worth £410 and Aquazzura high heels (£1,100) to a charity fundraiser in London last May, bringing her outfit total for the event to £1,510

Maria-Olympia was wearing an Yves Saint Laurent dress worth £410 and Aquazzura high heels (£1,100) to a charity fundraiser in London last May, bringing her outfit total for the event to £1,510

Kate was photographed wearing Lenique Louis earrings (£225), an Emilia Wickstead hounstooth dress worth £1,150, her regularly worn Gianvito Rossi pumps (worn before, £520) and a Mulberry Harlow bag (£850). Her outfit total that day was £2,745

Kate was photographed wearing Lenique Louis earrings (£225), an Emilia Wickstead hounstooth dress worth £1,150, her regularly worn Gianvito Rossi pumps (worn before, £520) and a Mulberry Harlow bag (£850). Her outfit total that day was £2,745

For a festival in summer in Stockholm, she was wearing Nootka earrings (£470), a By Malina top (£150), a MaxJenny! skirt worth £418, the same three Bigli Jewels rings as before, a Susan Szatmary clutch (£1,300), and Stinaa.J Elsa pumps (£450), totalling £8,293 worth of items for this outfit

For a festival in summer in Stockholm, she was wearing Nootka earrings (£470), a By Malina top (£150), a MaxJenny! skirt worth £418, the same three Bigli Jewels rings as before, a Susan Szatmary clutch (£1,300), and Stinaa.J Elsa pumps (£450), totalling £8,293 worth of items for this outfit

Princess Diana’s outfits in The Crown are branded ‘cheap’ and ‘just wrong’ by fashion icons who dressed the late royal 

According to the show's costume designer Amy Roberts, the team wanted to 'catch the spirit of Diana' rather than replicate her outfits

According to the show’s costume designer Amy Roberts, the team wanted to ‘catch the spirit of Diana’ rather than replicate her outfits

Her love for colours is apparent, as she was seen wearing a Carolina Herrera puffer jacket (estimated at £820), a Zadig et Voltaire blouse (£280), Dries Van Noten trousers (£440), tw Charlotte Chesnais rings (£550 and £583 respectively), a Louis Vuitton pouch (£405), Prada pumps (£890) and Charlotte Chesnais earrings (£320) to the Red Cross’ Bazar as President of the Luxembourg Red Cross in November. 

The total outfit was worth £4,288.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was ranked in sixth place bu UFO No More.

She was wearing a custom Louis Vuitton dress (estimated at £8,000), Princess Diana’s aquamarine ring (worn before, no estimate), Carolina Herrera earrings (£155), a Givenchy clutch worth £1,500 (worn before) and her Cartier bracelet worth £6,350 (worn before) in rainy New York in December for an award ceremony. 

Her outfit total for the look is £16,005.

For the Platinum Jubilee of late Elizabeth II, Meghan stepped out in a head-to-heel Dior look, wearing a Dior trench coat estimated at £3,400, Dior pumps estimated at £700 and Birks earrings (£12,500), totalling £16,600. 

Queen Mathilde of Belgium, who came in 7th place after appearing in new clothes worth £91,721 in public last year, was wearing a Giorgio Armani ensemble consisting of a gold jacket (£11,704) and dress (estimated at £4,500).

She paired the gold pieces with shoes and a clutch by the same designer (£820 and £1,150 respectively) for a concert during the visit of the Belgian royal couple to the Republic of Lithuania. 

Her outfit total was £18,174.

In October, Queen Mathilde made a appearance in a Natan dress (£670), a Armani Privé SS15 clutch (estimated at £1,650), Monies earrings (£120), a Rolex Datejust watch (priced between £6,000 and £12,200) and Manolo Blanik pumps (estimated at £650). 

Her overall look cost a minimum of £9,090.

Her love for colours is apparent, as she was seen wearing a Carolina Herrera puffer jacket (estimated at £820), a Zadig et Voltaire blouse (£280), Dries Van Noten trousers (£440), tw  Charlotte Chesnais rings (£550 and £583 respectively), a Louis Vuitton pouch (£405), Prada pumps (£890) and Charlotte Chesnais earrings (£320) to the Red Cross' Bazar as President of the Luxembourg Red Cross in November. The total outfit was worth £4,288

Her love for colours is apparent, as she was seen wearing a Carolina Herrera puffer jacket (estimated at £820), a Zadig et Voltaire blouse (£280), Dries Van Noten trousers (£440), tw  Charlotte Chesnais rings (£550 and £583 respectively), a Louis Vuitton pouch (£405), Prada pumps (£890) and Charlotte Chesnais earrings (£320) to the Red Cross’ Bazar as President of the Luxembourg Red Cross in November. The total outfit was worth £4,288

For the Platinum Jubilee of late Elizabeth II, Meghan stepped out in a head-to-heel Dior look, wearing a Dior trench coat estimated at £3,400, Dior pumps estimated at £700 and Birks earrings (£12,500), totalling £16,600

For the Platinum Jubilee of late Elizabeth II, Meghan stepped out in a head-to-heel Dior look, wearing a Dior trench coat estimated at £3,400, Dior pumps estimated at £700 and Birks earrings (£12,500), totalling £16,600

In October, Queen Mathilde made a appearance in a Natan dress (£670), a Armani Privé SS15 clutch (estimated at £1,650), Monies earrings (£120), a Rolex Datejust watch (priced between £6,000 and £12,200) and Manolo Blanik pumps (estimated at £650). Her overall look cost a minimum of £9,090

In October, Queen Mathilde made a appearance in a Natan dress (£670), a Armani Privé SS15 clutch (estimated at £1,650), Monies earrings (£120), a Rolex Datejust watch (priced between £6,000 and £12,200) and Manolo Blanik pumps (estimated at £650). Her overall look cost a minimum of £9,090

Another outfit she was seen in publically was worth £25,496 featuring Chanel flats (£800), more Dulong jewellery (worn before, bracelet £2,974 and ring £13,607), a Beulah London dress (£695), a Max Mara bag (£1,875), a Ole Lynggaard bracelet £3,050, Gianvito Rossi pumps (£1,000) and a Rebekka Notkin bracelet with an estimated worth of £1495

Another outfit she was seen in publically was worth £25,496 featuring Chanel flats (£800), more Dulong jewellery (worn before, bracelet £2,974 and ring £13,607), a Beulah London dress (£695), a Max Mara bag (£1,875), a Ole Lynggaard bracelet £3,050, Gianvito Rossi pumps (£1,000) and a Rebekka Notkin bracelet with an estimated worth of £1495

In June, she was seen in a more casual look, wearing a Peter Pilotto dress (£1,010), a Sophie Habsburg bag (£150) and Penelope Chilvers espadrille (£159), totalling £1,319

In June, she was seen in a more casual look, wearing a Peter Pilotto dress (£1,010), a Sophie Habsburg bag (£150) and Penelope Chilvers espadrille (£159), totalling £1,319

Markarian Dana Sequin Gown in Sage £2,900, Tyler Ellis Small Lee Pochet in White Diamond Swarovski Caviar Crystal £2,070, Aquazzura Olie Plateau 140 Heels in Gold £975, Chopard L'Heure du Diamant Earclips £44,20

All dressed up for the inaugural summer party and funraiser for the National Gallery’s Bicentenary campaign, Beatrice was wearing £50,145 worth of items: a sparkly Markarian Dana gown (£2,900), an equally sparkly Tyler Ellis clutch (£2,070), Aquazzura high heels (£975) and Chopard L’Heure du Diamant earclips £44,200.

In eigth place is Princess Mary of Denmark (£81,771 worth of new clothes in 2022). 

Despite ‘only’ being spotted in £81,771 worth of items, she is no stranger to expensive designer ware.

In June, she was wearing an outfit worth £33,504, consisting of a Scanlan tailored suit in coral (trousers £310, top £200, jacket £740) with a Scanlan belt (£160), Dulong jewelry (ring £1,883, necklace £6,493, bracelet £2,974), Gianvito Rossi pumps worth £1,150, a Rebekka Notkin necklace £2300, Sophie Bille Brahe earrings £12,400 and a Chanel bag £4,894.

Another outfit she was seen in publically was worth £25,496.

It featured Chanel flats (£800), more Dulong jewellery (worn before, bracelet £2,974 and ring £13,607), a Beulah London dress (£695), a Max Mara bag (£1,875), a Ole Lynggaard bracelet £3,050, Gianvito Rossi pumps (£1,000) and a Rebekka Notkin bracelet with an estimated worth of £1495.

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, comes ninth in the royal fashion ranking due to her being seen £77,387 worth of new clothes. 

In December, she made an appearance a the Royal Variety Performance at Royal Albert Hall in London, wearing Graff sapphire earrings (experts estimate their value at £250,000), an Erdem Lindsay gown (£2,895), LK Bennett pumps (£195) and a Elie Saab clutch worth £400, wearing a staggering total of £253,490 worth of items.

In June, she was seen in a more casual look, wearing a Peter Pilotto dress (£1,010), a Sophie Habsburg bag (£150) and Penelope Chilvers espadrille (£159), totalling £1,319.

Last in the top ten of royal fashionistas comes Princess Beatrice.  

After attending the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral in June, she was photographed in a Beulah London dress (£795), a Sydney Evan diamond ring (£845), a Sophia Webster clutch (£375), a Juliette Botterill headpiece (£650) and Ralph & Russo pumps with an estimated worth of £800. 

Her whole outfit came to £3,465.

All dressed up for the inaugural summer party and funraiser for the National Gallery’s Bicentenary campaign, Beatrice was wearing £50,145 worth of items: a sparkly Markarian Dana gown (£2,900), an equally sparkly Tyler Ellis clutch (£2,070), Aquazzura high heels (£975) and Chopard L’Heure du Diamant earclips £44,200.

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