We've got Topshop, Alexander McQueen and even Issa stores in America, but Kate Middleton fashion fans will be giddy to find out another of the royal's favorite brands is crossing the pod.
Hobbs, which the Duchess of Cambridge most recently wore during last week's St. Patrick's Day celebration in London, will be opening five in-shop boutiques in Bloomingdale stores.
The clothing company has already launched a U.S. website, which the brand's marketing and e-commerce director, Clare Dobbie, told WWD "took off like a rocket."
No doubt, that spike in sales can be directly linked back to Prince William's wife.
Last year when the then-expecting royal stepped out in a Hobbs Dalmatian coat it sold out in minutes. And similarly, when she attended an event in the label's printed Wessex dress, the $58 frock flew off the shelves hours later.
It should be noted that Kate—who has also worn belted green and brown coats by Hobbs—isn't the only Middleton to rock the brand. Sister Pippa has also been spoted in a red sheath by the British label.