Kate Middleton Steps Up Her Shoe Game With These Heels

Kate Middleton has worn her Gianvito Rossi camel suede pumps two days on the trot. The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in the style teamed with a Kate Spade dress on Monday to attend a World Mental Health Day event in London, and the same heels made a second appearance today in the Netherlands.

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Kate Middleton in Gianvito Rossi pumps and a Kate Spade dress.
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She sported the shoe with a powder blue belted suit by British designer and royal favorite Catherine Walker on the occasion of her first official solo trip. Middleton met Dutch King Willem-Alexander at his De Horsten estate near The Hague, and the day’s agenda continued with a visit to the Mauritshuis art museum. The museum is currently staging an exhibition of Dutch Old Masters loaned by the Royal Collection — not least Vermeer’s renowned painting, “The Music Lesson.”

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The Duchess cut an elegant figure during her Netherlands visit in Gianvito Rossi pumps.
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If you factor in the red Gianvito Rossi pair she wore on her official tour of Canada with Prince William, numerous other outings of the more classic taupe as seen at Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday celebrations, plus similar styles by Rupert Sanderson earlier in the year, the Duchess has seriously upped her style game of late — and it’s not gone unnoticed.

Kate Middleton Monsoon Wedges
Kate Middleton wore these Monsoon wedges earlier this year.
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