Kate first debuted the blue suede Jimmy Choo Georgia pumps in 2014. She paired the heels with her L.K. Bennett Detroit dress for a visit to the Tower of London.
The Duchess has worn the shoes frequently since. In December 2017, Kate chose the Jimmy Choo Georgia pumps for the Grenfell Tower Memorial Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
(Find out where else Kate wore the Georgia pumps by scrolling to the bottom of this page.)
About the Jimmy Choo Georgia pumps:
Jimmy Choo described the Georgia pumps as having “column-shaped” heels, which give the shoe an “added level of comfort” The company say the 3.5-inch block heel is a stylish alternative to stilettos. They’re made from navy suede leather and feature a round toe.
Where to buy Kate’s Jimmy Choo Georgia pumps:
Sadly, the Georgia shoe is sold out at Jimmy Choo and is no longer available to buy. See below for the 2017/2018 alternative.
Kate’s Jimmy Choo Georgia pumps are from a past collection. They date back to at least 2014. Looking for something similar? Try the Billie style from the 2017/18 collection. The shoes are very similar. It’s available in several different heel sizes:
- 65mm heel from JimmyChoo.com
- 85mm heel from Net-A-Porter.com (pictured below)
- 100mm heel from Farfetch.com
Kate Middleton wearing Jimmy Choo:
The Duchess of Cambridge seems to be fond of the Jimmy Choo brand. She owns several pairs of the label’s pumps and at least two handbags. Below: Kate wearing the Cosmic pumps in black suede. Kate wearing the Vamp sandals in silver and carrying the Ubai clutch in silver. Kate carrying the Vivien clutch bag in blue – all by Jimmy Choo.
She also owns the Amiee pumps in black suede, the Gilbert pumps in nude leather, the Lovely pumps in powder pink. It’s also thought she may own the Jimmy Choo Irena in a light beige suede colour too, though this has not been confirmed.
Here’s a picture of Kate Middleton meeting Jimmy Choo during the Diamond Jubilee Tour in 2014.