It may have been raining in London today, but Kate Middleton didn’t swap her high heels for wellies.
The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted en route to Holocaust Memorial Day services at London’s Westminster Abbey clad in stilettos, despite rain on the cobblestones.
The University of St. Andrews alum sported a gray Catherine Walker coatdress with sheer tights underneath.
For footwear, the mom of three selected classic black pumps that appeared to be fabricated from suede. The shoes featured a heel of about 4 inches, with a pointed toe and low-cut topline.
The duchess was re-wearing the bespoke Catherine Walker design, which she first wore in March 2019 on a rare joint outing with Queen Elizabeth II. On that occasion, she teamed the silhouette with one of her go-to shoes: Gianvito Rossi’s Piper pumps.
The duchess was protected from the elements by husband Prince William, who held an umbrella over his wife’s head as they traveled across the sidewalk. William wore a navy suit with black lace-up shoes that appeared to be fabricated from leather.
When it comes to fashion, Kate tends to favor British labels, including Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham and L.K. Bennett. With respect to shoes specifically, she often returns to styles from Jimmy Choo, Rupert Sanderson and Emmy London.
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