The Duchess of Cornwall is forever touring the country on a variety of royal engagements, and she always manages to look sleek and polished at every stop. Ever wondered how she stands around in her heels all day? Turns out Camilla has a genius tip for keeping comfy – and we've got all the details.
The wife of Prince Charles is rarely seen without her nude high heels which feature an on-trend block heel. Camilla's chosen pair is by Sole Bliss – a brand that constructs shoes for women that suffer from bunions and other foot problems, and she's a big fan of the 'Ingrid' heels in caramel leather. Featuring a round-toe heel for wide feet, they're designed to provide expert comfort with a fashionable twist.
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Duchess Camilla loves her Sole Bliss high heels
The range took five years of research and development to create the perfect solution for uncomfortable bunions, and today each pair contains Sole Bliss' award-winning, podiatrist-approved Comfort Technology. From the three distinct layers of underfoot anti-bacterial memory foam to the revolutionary Bunion Bed stretch panel and superior arch support device, these heels are built to last.
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Ingrid Heels, £149, Sole Bliss
If you're looking for something a little more statement-like for a night out on the town, the brand has a number of vibrant styles ready to shop for summer, meaning you can light up the dancefloor and cut some serious shapes, without your feet hurting!
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The mother-of-two was last seen on Tuesday while commencing a two-day tour of Northern Ireland alongside Prince Charles. Heading to Belfast City Hall where the couple were welcomed by Lord Mayor Frank McCoubrey, Camilla wore one of her favourite fit-and-flare style dress coats in patriotic racing green. Teamed with a coordinating face mask, black knee-high boots and a green handbag by DeMellier, the royal's blonde mane was styled in her trademark bouffant style, and her makeup was kept natural and subdued.
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