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This is why Meghan Markle wears shoes that are too big

  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended Royal Ascot 2018 on Wednesday
  • Royal fanatics couldn't get enough of the outfits the Royal family were wearing
  • There was a lot of buzz online about why Meghan, 36, wore ill-fitting shoes again
  • Fashion experts have figured out the reason which is common among celebs 

    Royal fanatics can't stop buzzing about the black high heels Meghan Markle wore to Royal Ascot this week.

    The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in Berkshire, England wearing simple leather heels, however eagle-eyed fans noticed they appeared to be a bit too big for her feet. 

    But there may be an ingenious reason for Meghan's not-so-petite pumps, according to fashion expert Harriet Davey. 

    Cool and contemporary: And the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex once again snubbed tradition by showcasing an extraordinarily modern monochrome look at Royal Ascot

    Cool and contemporary: And the newly-minted Duchess of Sussex once again snubbed tradition by showcasing an extraordinarily modern monochrome look at Royal Ascot

    All white: Meghan wore a crisp white coat dress featuring an edgy asymmetrical hemline, in stark contrast to the sea of pastel-coloured coats on display in the Royal Enclosure
    She was dressed in monochrome
    All white: Meghan wore a crisp white coat dress featuring an edgy asymmetrical hemline, in stark contrast to the sea of pastel-coloured coats on display in the Royal Enclosure
    Fans of the Royal family couldn't help but notice that Meghan Markle's Royal Ascot shoes appeared to be too bigFans of the Royal family couldn't help but notice that Meghan Markle's Royal Ascot shoes appeared to be too big

    'Celebs often go a size up, or even two, in the shoe department when they're at an event or on the red carpet and it's for one reason we can all relate to — to avoid blisters,' she told The Sun.

    'There's nothing worse than uncomfortable shoes (we've all been there on a night out) and when celebs like Meghan are wearing heels for a long period of time their feet can often swell up.'

    Harriet continued: 'The swelling can cause blisters and in the long run bunions — like long-time heel fan Victoria Beckham has been rumored to suffer with.'

    Harriet noted that it's not easy to walk in shoes a size or two bigger than you'd normally wear.

    Meghan joined members of the royal family for the carriage procession to Royal Ascot on June 19

    The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry alongside the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall on day one of Royal Ascot 

    She told The Sun: 'A trick of the trade is to stuff the toe with padding like tissue or cotton wool, and this can be taken out once they feel like they need a bit more room in their shoes.'  

    Meghan Markle engagement pictures 

    This isn't the first time the internet has been buzzing about her shoe size. When she and Prince Harry officially announced their engagement, the Duchess of Cambridge was photographed wearing strappy beige heels that didn't hug her heel the way they're meant to.

    At the time, fans thought Meghan simply bought the shoes too big. It appears, however, that it was an intentional move to spare her heels from blistering after a long day on her feet. 

    On the day the couple announced their engagement, November 27, many fans thought Meghan had bought her shoes too big, but it was actually a tactic to stop them from blistering after a long day on her feet
    Meghan and Harry wave during their engagement photoshoot
    Prince Harry poses with Meghan Markle in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace on November 27
    Harry and Meghan walk away arm-in-arm after posing for the media in the grounds of Kensington Palace on November 27
    The royal couple's photo shoot at Kensington Palace in November followed months of speculation about their relationship
    Meghan and Harry at Kensington Palace on November 27

    The royal couple's photo shoot at Kensington Palace in November followed months of speculation about their relationship

    Meghan Markle at Ascot 2018

    Meghan Markle attended Royal Ascot 2018 on Wednesday, June 20. The Duchess of Sussex looked chic as she arrived in a black-and-white hat designed by Philip Treacy, a white belted Givency dress and black leather pumps.

    Is Meghan Markle pregnant? 

    Just over a month after her wedding to Prince Harry, rumors are swirling about Meghan Markle being pregnant. According to Hollywood Life, Meghan and Prince Harry learned they were pregnant with not one, but two babies upon returning from their honeymoon.

    Meghan Markle with Queen Elizabeth II at a ceremony to open the Mersey Gateway Bridge on June 14
    Meghan and her Majesty giggle together as they sit among a crowd of people attending the bridge opening ceremony

    A source told the outlet: 'They didn't expect it to happen so soon, and they were all the more giddy to learn they were having two — one a boy, the other a girl.'

    These reports seem unlikely, however. 

    Most women aren't able to learn the gender of a baby until about 16 to 20 weeks into their pregnancy. By then, a woman who is with child is usually showing. 

    Meghan is as thin as she ever was, as can be seen in Royal Ascot photos.   

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend a reception with delegates from the Commonwealth Youth Forum at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London on April 18
    Meghan at a women's empowerment reception hosted by the foreign secretary a day later, on April 19
    Meghan sports a Tartan-themed dress as she walks around Edinburgh Castle with Prince Harry on February 13
    Meghan miles as she arrives to meet members of the public during the Edinburgh walkabout on February 13

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