Kate Middleton celebrated Easter with the Royal family in her go-to pumps by Rupert Sanderson and another familiar piece from her wardrobe, a bespoke Catherine Walker coat.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in the Fern nude heels style alongside her husband, Prince William, as they made their way to a holiday church service at Windsor Castle in the U.K.
Featuring a pointed-toe profile and a 4-inch heel, the versatile pumps by the British label retails for $675 in another color online.
She completed the look with a satin hat and large pearl earrings; her hair was styled in a chignon with a chic hat perched on top.
During the Royal tour of Canada last year, Middleton wore the same coat on her final day.
The Duchess curtsied for Queen Elizabeth, who had on a pastel green-blue coat over a floral-print dress teamed with sensible black pumps that had a short heel.
For more than 50 years, the monarch’s choice of footwear has been bespoke loafers by London shoemaker Anello & Davide. Her go-to style features a chunky 2.25-inch heel with a raised insole. Some of her go-to shoe designs include loafers with horsebit ornaments.
Princess Eugenie wore a trench coat-dress and her sister, Princess Beatrice, had on an embroidered white dress.