18 April 2012 by

Now Prince Harry's Girl, Mollie King, Showcases Her Own Aspinal of London Satchel!

Jane Birkin, Alexa Chung and Lana Del Rey are proof that you're no style icon until you've got a namesake bag - so now Mollie King can officially join the ranks of bona fide style-setters.

Now Prince Harry's Girl, Mollie King, Gets Her Own Aspinal Satchel! Now Prince Harry's Girl, Mollie King, Gets Her Own Aspinal Satchel!

Mollie King flaunts her Aspinal satchel

Yep, as if bagging your own Prince wasn't enough to turn us green with envy, Aspinal of London have crowned the popstrel as their new ambassador and launched the ‘Mollie Satchel’. Wowers! The Saturdays singer has already been fulfilling her royal ambassadress duties by toting the namesake bag about London town this week, visiting Radio One yesterday with the brown leather beauty clasped under her arm after popping to Mahiki a few days earlier while showcasing the chic nude variety.

Now Prince Harry's Girl, Mollie King, Gets Her Own Aspinal Satchel!

Our Aspinal pals inform us that the Mollie Satchel, that retails for £450, is designed to epitomise the quintessentially British style of the luxury brand and is 'a must-have investment piece for the modern girl on the go' - or indeed a future princess. The semi-structured design is handmade from the finest Italian calf leather, accented by equestrian-styled straps, handles and corners. Ooh, don't mind if we do.

As you will have already read (right?) in the latest issue of Grazia, the beautiful blonde Brit is reportedly getting up-close and personal with HRH hottie, Harry Windsor (grr, some girls have all the luck) and now Aspinal have given the starlet their seal of approval, Mollie is fast becoming our new fashion fascination. Note her preppy neck scarves, fuss-free, minimal outfits and feminine-but-never-twee frocks.

Long may Ms King reign!

The Mollie Satchel Handbag is available from www.aspinaloflondon.com 0845 052 6900


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Jacina Coyne (Wed Apr 18 09:33:53 BST 2012): it is very 'safe' - can't say I have been inspired.