As their trip to India and Bhutan draws to a close, Kate Middleton and Prince William have been taking in some of the countries’ most amazing sites.
On Day 6 of their tour the couple were snapped enjoying a romantic hike to the iconic Paro Taktsang monastery in Bhutan, also known as the Tiger’s Nest. And proving she’s packed flawlessly for her packed schedule, Middleton donned a chic alternative to walking boots—trusty brown leather knee-high boots.
Stopping for a break during the three-hour hike of the Himalayas at a prayer wheel, the 34-year-old was pictured wearing the Penelope Chilvers tassel detail boots with the same khaki Zara jeans she wore to on safari at Kaziranga National Park in Assam two days before, which she wore with a brown leather vest, white collared shirt, and Ray-Ban Wayfarers.
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The look resembles the duchess’s many equestrian-inspired outfits from a decade earlier, when she was first thrust into the limelight. She has previously been pictured wearing the same boot style in photos dating back to 2004, when she wore them to the Game Fair at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England. Proof some wardrobe staples are well worth keeping in the back your closet.
Take a look at her latest looks from her week-long tour.