Kate Middleton has been regularly pictured wearing Rupert Sanderson shoes at various engagements of late. It seems that the Duchess of Cambridge has taken a fancy for the designs by the British designer. She was first spotted this year wearing the Malory sued shoes in navy during the 75th anniversary of the Royal Air Force Cadets in February.

Kate opted for Sanderson’s 'Malory' navy suede pumps paired with a printed blue Banaba Republic skirt and Goat’s cream Binky to the Heads Together event again Monday. She attended the engagement along with her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry. The trio are working towards ending mental stigma.

The mother-of-two last wore the designer’s “Malory” at the Order of the Garter event in June 2011 and at Fortnum and Mason in 2012. This marked the return of Kate to Rupert Sanderson. She again wore the gray ‘Winona’ pumps for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in March when she paired it with a patterned gray Erdem coat.

Kate again wowed in the Malory pumps at a reception hosted for Indian and Bhutanese people at Kensington Palace before she and her husband Prince William headed for their royal visit to India and Bhutan on April 6.

During her India visit on Day 2, the duchess first met entrepreneurs in Mumbai then flew to New Delhi and paid her respects to Gandhi by taking off her high heels. Her shoes were the ‘Pink Lady’ textured kid-leather Calice pumps, which feature a pointed toe and skinny set-back heel. She paired the style with an off-white Emilia Wickstead dress.

She wore the Malory shoes again during a private dinner hosted for U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle at the Kensington Palace. The brunette beauty paired the style with an L.K. Bennett dress.