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Kate Middleton Inspires Eco-Friendly Nail Polish, "No More Waity, Katie"

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British tabloids dubbed Kate Middleton “Waity Katie” during her eight year courtship with Prince William, but the future princess will soon wait no more!

As such Butter London, an eco-friendly nail care company, has created a new glittery shade in honor of Middleton’s upcoming nuptials. “No More Waity, Katie” will debut this March and retail for $22, not too bad when you consider all of the commemorative plates and towels you could end up with.

The limited-edition polish is grayish-blue and glitter-filled, while remaining organic and animal friendly without the use of any carcinogens (no formaldehyde, toluene, or phthalates). Sounds fit for a royal environmentalist like Middleton, right?

Butter London has a history of paying homage to the Royal family, with other polishes like the warm beige “All Hail the Queen” and the dark and stormy “Royal Navy

According to People, the nail polish can be shipped internationally and pre-ordering will be available on zuneta.com the first week of March.

Anyone thinking of investing in this new shade?

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