Meghan Markle’s favourite trainers are currently on sale for less than £100

Meghan Markle flew back to the States this week to enjoy a luxury baby shower with her close friends and family, and while we’ve all been dying to know the ins and outs of the celebrations, one other tiny detail has also caught our attention.

During her six hour flight back to the UK, a heavily pregnant Meghan opted for a casual look and unlike her usual outfits, it was really rather affordable – especially if you look to her footwear.

Meghan Markle's trainers
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As identified by all-things-Meghan dedicated fashion blog Meghan’s Mirror, the Duchess of Sussex wore her favourite go-to trainers – the Adidas UltraBoost in black. And the even better news? The shoes are currently on sale, meaning you can get your own pair for less.

The premium running shoe is being sold for £98, a 35 per cent saving off the original price of £149.95 on sportswear website, Wiggle. According to the product description, the trainers are a great choice for ‘those looking for unrivalled responsiveness and cushioning to maximise their performance’.

However, they’re also just incredibly comfortable, which could well be why they’re a hit with expectant mum Meghan.

Adidas Women’s Ultra Boost Shoes, £98, Wiggle

The Duchess, who is awaiting the arrival of her first child with husband, Prince Harry, was travelling back from New York where A-list friends including Serena Williams threw her an extravagant baby shower reportedly costing upwards of £200,000.

However, it won’t be long until she’s off on a plane again as she and Harry will be taking their last holiday together before Meghan gives birth with a trip to Morocco on Sunday. The two have a jam-packed itinerary ahead of them including a visit to  Education for All, a boarding house in Asni that serves girls from rural communities, an official visit to the British Ambassador’s residence in Rabat and the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports.

Hopefully, they get to squeeze a bit of relaxation time in while they’re there too.