From the moment Meghan Markle's relationship with Prince Harry went public, the former Suits star's style has been nothing but perfectly polished – until now. Proving she's just like the rest of us, the future royal recently attended the Invictus Games Reception in London with her fiancé wearing a pair of expensive Manolo Blahnik BB black suede point toe pumps which were covered in mud!
The 36-year-old must have worn the shoes, which retail for a staggering $800, in the sticky matter or accidentally walked in damp grass - rather similar to Renée Zellweger's character in Bridget Jones's Baby. You know the scene - when Bridget goes to the Glastonbury music festival in all-white and high heels? Who would have thought it!
Meghan is not alone – 'How to stop your heels sinking into the grass' is a common query typed into Google. One of the best ways to combat this problem is heel protectors - the former Suits star should get herself some Clean Heels - a $10 genius invention.
They are so simple to use – you just clip-on the plastic disks to the base of your stiletto, creating a platform which enables the wearer to walk on grassy conditions without any hassle.
Meghan is a huge fan of high heels – stilettos in particular. Fans have noticed that this shoe shape, which famously boast a thin high tapering heel, is incredibly hard to wear as they position your feet in such a way that often causes sore feet – a problem many women struggle to tolerate. Her BB heels by Manolo Blahnik are a beloved pair and she even wore them back in February, when she made her very first red carpet appearance at the Endeavour Fund Awards. The event was incredibly memorable as Meghan ditched the idea of a dress, instead opting for a smart Alexander McQueen tuxedo suit.