KATE Middleton is known for her always immaculate outfits of stunning dresses and a pair of heels, which she often wears with tights.
And, turns out, the mum-of-three, 40, uses a handy hack to ensure her feet never slip out of the footwear and the tights don’t slide all over the place during an event.
Eagle-eyed fans have observed that the Princess of Wales wearing sticky pads inside her heels on multiple occasions – and this little feature helps to secure the feet inside the shoes.
The best part? The genius solution doesn’t cost a fortune either – you can grab it on your local high street for just £6.
The must-have, non-slip tights from John Lewis cost just over a fiver and come in a range of colours – black, tan and nude.
For extra comfort, the tights have extra Lycra that give them more stretch.
It was revealed by royal insider Victoria Arbiter that it is required of the women in the family to wear tights during public occasions.
Speaking to Insider, she said: “You never see a royal without their nude stockings.
”Meghan, from what I can see from the engagement photographs, it doesn’t look like she was wearing tights or stockings.
“I would say that’s really the only hard, steadfast rule in terms of what the Queen requires.”
Recently, a style expert, Miranda Holder, went viral after revealing a hack that both Princess Kate and Meghan use so their high heels are comfortable all day long.
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According to her, they always get shoes that are slightly too large.
Miranda took to TikTok to explain, saying: “The surprising fashion hack Kate and Meghan both use to stay comfortable in their high heels all day long.
“Both Kate and Meghan are fans of the leg-lengthening high heels for formal occasions, but how do they manage to stay comfortable all day?
“Both ladies choose to wear heels that are often half to one size too large for them.”
It’s not just royals that use the hack either – Miranda added that it’s a popular trick used by celebrities and their stylists, particularly before red carpet events “to avoid the dreaded blisters”.