The Duke of Sussex is reportedly a fan of getting his feet pampered and often spends up to $90 on pedicures at a luxury hotel spa.
Prince Harry most recently took care of his tootsies ahead of his appearance at a Google summit on the Italian island of Sicily, where he is said to have delivered a speech about climate change while barefoot.
Best foot forward
The 34-year-old Prince, keeps his feet in check at Coworth Park Hotel’s five-star spa facilities, where he’s said to be a regular with his 38-year-old wife, Meghan Markle , 38, according to The Sun.
Built in the late 18th-century, Coworth Park is situated at Sunningdale, near Ascot, a short 17-minute drive from Frogmore Cottage, the royal couple’s newly-renovated home in nearby Windsor.
The retreat is one of just ten exclusive hotels in the ritzy Dorchester Collection Hotel group, with suites starting at a cool $730 per night.
It’s also where Harry is said to have stayed the night before his wedding in May 2018.
Dipping a toe
The on-site spa is reportedly eco-friendly - which we know is important to the environmentally conscious pair - and offers a list of treatments specifically for men, including facials, massages and nail care.
Harry’s favourite is reportedly the male pedicure service which starts at $90 and is said to “aid muscle relaxation and helps ease aching feet.”
“A gentle exfoliation and massage is followed by cuticle tidying and nourishment, before the nails are shaped for a groomed appearance,” the description reads.
“Harry likes getting his feet done and also has massages due to his polo injuries, a source told The Sun.
Barefoot in Sicily
Harry reportedly kicked off his shoes before speaking at a climate change summit held by tech giant Google.
Known as ‘Google Camp,’ the seventh annual conference held over the weekend also attracted huge names such as ex-US President Barack Obama, actor and eco warrior Leonardo DiCaprio along with pop star Katy Perry and her fiancé Orlando Bloom, ex-One Direction band member Harry Styles and actor Priyanka Chopra.
Buckingham Palace have declined to comment on whether Harry was among the star-studded attendees, who have since come under fire for flying in to ‘solve’ climate change on their eco-unfriendly private jets.
Additional reporting by Danielle Stacey.
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