Queen Elizabeth is always impeccably dressed from head to toe. But how does the Queen of England avoid, the issues we all suffer from, blisters from expensive and Royal shoes?
The 91-year-old reigning monarch has fascinating and soothing outfits for each and every occasion. Not to forget, those are in an array of different, bold and bright colours.
Her Majesty’s usual go-to outfit or a normal outfit is a simple dress. That is covered-up by a knee-length coat, a matching-coloured hat, gloves and most likely a small black handbag. Well, The Queen of England, Elizabeth often finishes off her Royal look with a pair of flat black buckle shoes.
But then again, with hundreds of pairs of the similar-looking shoes, how does the British monarch ensure a comfortable walk and avoid getting blisters?
Don’t worry, we got the solution that Queen Elizabeth uses to avoid such or any type of blisters. She has a small but effective trick for avoiding blisters with new shoes.
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The Royal designer, Stewart parvenu has been working with the 91-year-old reigning monarch since a long time now. He and his team have been handling her wardrobe since 2000. He also revealed and described to The Royal UK the various techniques his team use to keep her looking elegant and perfect.
Queen Elizabeth has always been known for wearing different styles of shoe. Stewart revealed that nifty trick she uses to never risk getting blisters when she buys a new pair of Royal shoes. Stewart also revealed that the Queen has a servant with the same sized feet to break in her shoes. Those Royal servants who break in the shoes also reportedly wear cotton ankle socks and walk on the carpet so as to soften the leather.
“The shoes have to be immediately comfortable. So she does get someone to wear them. The Queen can never say, ‘I am uncomfortable, I can’t walk anymore'”.