Kate Middleton Wears L.K. Bennett Pumps At The Taj Mahal In India

Kate Middleton wrapped up her royal tour of India and Bhutan the same way she arrived — wearing L.K. Bennett pumps.

Clearly a fan of the British label, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in the Fern nude heels for the fourth time during the seven-day visit as she enjoyed a tour of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, on Saturday with Prince William, retracing late mother-in-law Princess Diana’s footsteps 24 years ago.

Middleton complemented the neutral-colored footwear with a sleek blue-and-white embroidered shift dress by Indian designer Naseem Khan.

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Kate Middleton and Prince William tour the Taj Mahal during their visit to India.
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She made stylish appearances in the Fern pumps on Thursday to meet the King and Queen of Bhutan, on Tuesday for lunch with Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi, and for her arrival in the country’s capital Mumbai.

L.K. Bennett is currently accepting orders for the footwear on a waiting list by emailing the brand.

The couple’s visit to India’s 17th-century iconic masterpiece marks 24 years since the duke’s mother Princess Diana memorably toured the property alone.

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Princess Diana at the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
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Looking like the picture of romance, they posed for photos sitting on the same bench as the late Princess of Wales did in 1992.

Though Middleton’s ensemble choice presents a demure statement compared to Diana’s red blazer, purple skirt and matching shoes, she did pay a tribute with an accessory — her sapphire and diamond engagement ring, which once belonged to her late mother-in-law.

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Kate Middleton accessorizes with Princess Diana’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
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