There's a new version of Kate Middleton's favourite fancy flat shoes and we want them in every colour

The Princess of Wales has Russell & Bromley's Xpresso crossover shoes in both blush pink and classic black

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits an Army Canine Centre with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, where the UK provides support to a programme that trains dogs to identify explosive devices, during day five of their royal tour of Pakistan on October 18, 2019 in Islamabad, Pakistan.
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If you're a fan of the Princess of Wales' style, then we've found some shoes you won't be able to resist.

Kate Middleton has well and truly mastered the art of walking in the highest heels, and of course she's a source of inspiration when it comes to best white trainers. But she's also got an impressive collection of dressy flats in her shoe collection too.

Remember her Russell & Bromley Xpresso flats? She's worn them in both black and blush pink suede, and they are distinctive thanks to the crossover straps and slightly pointed toe. Naturally, they sold out after she wore them on several occasions, as far back as 2016, but Russell & Bromley has just introduced a really similar slingback style to their new collection - and it's already proving popular with customers.

Two images of Kate Middleton wearing Russell & Bromley shoes

Kate Middleton wearing Russell Bromley shoes in 2016 (left), and 2019 (right).

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Shop the shoes

Russell & Bromley make some of the most comfortable shoes you'll find on the high street, so it's worth splashing a bit more cash than you normally might.

But if you're looking for a more affordable option, we've got that covered too. Asos and New Look have some budget-friendly flats, or try another of Kate Middleton's go-to shoe brands - Camilla Elphick - to up your flat game this summer.

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Caroline Parr
Digital Fashion Editor

Caroline is Digital Fashion Editor for woman&home, and has been a fashion writer and editor for ten years.

After graduating from the London College of Fashion, she has spent the last decade tracking down and writing about celebrity outfits, covering events ranging from the Met Gala to the King’s Coronation.

She has an encyclopedic knowledge of brands, but always likes to know about new and under the radar labels. She’s originally from Liverpool, and outside of work, her great loves are leopard print and her lively but adorable cocker spaniel, Ghillie.