Kate Middleton's go-to white trainers are 20% off now for Black Friday

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Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

The Duchess of Cambridge is a huge fan of Superga's classic white plimsolls, which she can often be seen wearing for casual engagements teamed with jeans or wide-leg trousers.

If you've been after a pair of your own then we have good news – Superga has just launched its Black Friday Sale early, with the canvas style available in a range of different colours for 20% off.

Kate's favoured 2750 Cotu Classic white plimsolls are currently reduced down to £44 from £55 , and are available in all sizes from a UK 3 to 8.

The duchess was first spotted in the trainers during a royal tour of Canada with Prince William in 2016. Since then, Kate has been photographed in her trusty white pair at Cowes, worn with a striped Sandro top and navy L.K Bennett trousers, and to debut her garden design as part of the Chelsea Flower Show. She teamed them with wide-leg trousers and a Broderie Anglaise blouse on that occasion.

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Photo credit: SOPA Images - Getty Images

The duchess most recently wore her white pair last summer, teaming them with a white T-shirt and pink suit trousers.

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Photo credit: Getty

The duchess is clearly a huge fan of the Superga shoes, as she has them in more than one colour. Kate was also spotted in a green pair while creating her Chelsea garden display, which she teamed with a pair of skinny jeans and a loose khaki shirt. The khaki green canvas pair are also discounted and currently priced at £44.


It turns out Superga's trainers have a long-standing royal history. The late Princess Diana was also a fan of the classic pumps, having worn a navy blue pair while on a visit to Angola for a Red Cross mission in 1997.

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Photo credit: Pool/Tim Graham Picture Library

The plimsolls are a wardrobe staple which can be worn all year round, so we'll be snapping them up now.

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