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Royal Treatment for Tired Feet

Slippers!


Meghan Markle Organizes Slippers for Wedding Guests

Royal wedding guests were offered slippers to give their well-heeled feet a rest after a long ceremony at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel on Saturday.
Pretty Little Liars actress Troian Bellisario showed off the comfy white slippers on her Instagram Story following the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
“How amazing is this, because these shoes have come off,” Bellisario, 32, said on her story while holding her high-heeled shoes. “They have slippers for us, slippers. I’m so ready.”
As she approached a gentleman handing out the slippers, he could be heard asking the actress if she would like a pair.
“Yes, please!” she is heard saying.
Providing slippers or flip-flops has become a common and welcome touch in many American weddings and now, it seems, royal weddings too.

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