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The Duchess of Cambridge's Favorite Sneakers Are Surprisingly Affordable

Here's where you can snag them.
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When looking at pictures of their lavish weddings and baby lamb visits, it sometimes can seem like the royal family's lifestyle is woefully out of reach. But in reality, you can actually incorporate a tiny piece of royalty into your own life—or, at least, your footwear.


The Duchess of Cambridge has been repeatedly photographed wearing the same adorable pair of white sneaks. The shoes—the White 2750 Cotu Classics from Superga—sell for nearly $65 (*P3,213). According to Daily Mail, the brand claims sales have doubled since the Duchess has been spotted wearing the kicks. She's been seen in them during her Canadian tour, as well as before and after a marathon in London.

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In case you need more proof of Middleton's obsession, or why you should copy her, see below for photos of her wearing her trusty trainers.



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*$1 = P49.44

From: Cosmopolitan

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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