The New York Daily News reports a sharp upsurge in the number of women asking their plastic surgeons to give them Kate Middleton's nose.
Manhattan's Dr Stephen Greenberg said he started getting the requests a few months ago.
"It has become so popular that we have made a file of a dozen Kate Middleton pictures to show patients when they come in for their consultation," Dr Greenberg said.
He added that he currently has about 20 women scheduled to get the royal treatment in the next month, at about \$7,000 (£4,641) a pop.
Lenox Hill Hospital's Dr Thomas Romo told the Daily News the Duchess' nose has a certain allure for more mature women in her age bracket.
"Women, especially over the age of 28, want the nose of a woman who is regal, refined and strong," he says. "They certainly don't want the scooped out, over-affected, upturned, pinched nose of a pop star."
It is not unusual for women to want the hair or facial features of a celebrity. Jennifer Aniston not only inspired the much-coveted "Rachel" hairstyle, but also has topped the list of most-desired noses, Dr Romo says.
One woman who has already gone under the knife to get Kate's sniffer is New York University pre-medical student Jessica Blaier.
She underwent her operation a year ago and says she loves the result.
"The goal was to have my new nose look natural," she says. "So when people don't notice it, that's a good thing. But I know that my nose was modelled by Kate Middleton, and that's what is most important."