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Kate Middleton wore a pair of high street shoes at Wimbledon and no-one noticed

OK, we need these heels, ASAP...

Laura Sutcliffe

How incredible did the Duchess of Cambridge look at the men's Wimbledon finals on Sunday? We loved her impeccable outfit - a blue crepe Emilia Wickstead number. She carried a beaded white clutch bag and her famous hair was blown out with big bouncy curls. But did you spot her nude shoes? The wife of Prince William opted for the Aldo 'Nicholes' heels, which you can pick up for £64.99. They have a pointed sole and a block heel and come in five different colours. If you fancy investing in these shoes , we recommend that you don't delay - Kate's nude pair are almost sold out online.

Kate wore a fabulous pair of shoes to the Wimbledon final

Of course, everyone knows that Kate has long been a fan of the nude shoe – and for many years her utmost favourite pair were by L.K.Bennett – the 'Sledge' high heel pumps retail at £195 and Kate wore them on numerous occasions from 2011-2014. The shoes hit headlines when the wife of Prince William wore them on a visit to a mosque in 2012 - and took them off as a mark of respect before she entered. Since then, the mother-of-three has worn a variety of high heels from the luxury high street brand and also has carried several clutch bags.

£64.99, ALDO

Speaking of shoes, Kate received a very special pair of trainers for her youngest son, Prince Louis, right in the royal box! Former tennis world champion Stan Smith turned to the Duchess and handed her a tiny pair of tennis shoes, which had the words "Prince Louis" emblazoned across it in gold.

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The Adidas Stan Smiths trainers were also signed by the legend himself - how amazing? Stan previously won Wimbledon in 1972 and was welcomed into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987.

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