STYLE & BEAUTY
06/02/2017 07:10 pm ET Updated Jul 11, 2017

The Duchess Of Cambridge Can't Get Enough Of These Classic White Sneakers

These are royally sporty.👌

The Duchess of Cambridge is our fashion role model for high-class, fancy affairs. But it turns out Kate also has a style tip for those of us with more casual wardrobes. 

Over the last few months, she’s sported a particular sneaker time and time again: It’s the cotu classic sneaker from Italian brand Superga, and it’s pretty darn adorable in action.

Kate disembarks from a ship in Canada's Victoria Harbour during a royal tour in October 2016. 
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Kate disembarks from a ship in Canada's Victoria Harbour during a royal tour in October 2016. 
She paired her Supergas with a striped top to host a reception for runners before the London Marathon in April 2017.&nbs
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She paired her Supergas with a striped top to host a reception for runners before the London Marathon in April 2017. 
The Supergas were back a few days later as Kate handed out medals at the finish line.
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The Supergas were back a few days later as Kate handed out medals at the finish line.
<i>2750 cotu classic, <a href="http://www.superga-usa.com/product/2750-COTU-CLASSIC/230217.uts?selectedColor=WHITE" target="_
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2750 cotu classic, $65 at Superga

At $65, the shoe is fairly well-priced, and reviewers on Zappos say they’re also comfortable.

The biggest plug, however, might come from the late Princess Diana, who wore the style in navy, as Cosmopolitan Philippines recently pointed out. 

In 1997,&nbsp;Princess Diana wore&nbsp;her Supergas on&nbsp;a&nbsp;<a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/style/shoes/princ
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In 1997, Princess Diana wore her Supergas on a Red Cross mission to Angola.
She paired&nbsp;the sneakers with light-wash jeans.&nbsp;
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She paired the sneakers with light-wash jeans. 

Those kicks are classic, indeed. If they aren’t your cup of tea, try some of our other favorite sneakers on for size. 

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