You can now have the exact same runners as Kate Middleton, if you so wish.
Yes, the Duchess of Cambridge really is a high-street fashion fan and proved so today when she stepped out in these rainbow-striped M&S trainers.
They’re the Ribbon Detail Lace-Up Trainers and they’re priced at €42.
Kate’s Closet is a Twitter account dedicated to outfits worn by Kate Middleton, usually identifying where they’re from and a link to the trainers was shared earlier today.
— Kate’s Closet (@katesclosetau) February 26, 2020
The Duchess paired them with a pair of Zara culottes and a jumper in a similar forest green shade for today’s official royal appearance.
As is the norm with ‘The Kate Effect’, the runners are likely to be sold out before long – you have been warned.
Kate was out and about for the Sports Aid event held at the London Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford.
The runners were soon put to the test as she was set a sprint challenge along para-athlete sprinter Emmanuel Oyinbo-Coker and Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis.
The Duchess has been Patron of Sports Aid since 2013, helping sportsmen and women aspiring to be the country’s next Olympic, Paralympic, Commonwealth and World Champions.
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?♀️ Sprint training with young Para-athlete sprinter Emmanuel Oyinbo-Coker — today The Duchess of Cambridge joined a special @TeamSportsAid event dedicated to celebrating the role that parents and guardians play in their child’s sporting success. SportsAid, which The Duchess has been Patron of since 2013, helps young British sportsmen and women aspiring to be the country’s next Olympic, Paralympic, Commonwealth and World Champions. The charity supports over 1,000 athletes each year, the vast majority aged 12 to 18, by helping financially towards training and competition costs. Today The Duchess joined young athletes taking part in a series of track and field activities, before meeting parents and guardians of SportsAid athletes, past and present, to hear about their experiences, the challenges that they face, and about the impact of the support they receive from the charity. Photos © PA / Kensington Palace