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09:25  18 may  2019
09:25  18 may  2019 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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It has been reported that Her Majesty employs a servant to wear-in her shoes, so she doesn’t get blisters.

According to stylist Stewart Parvin – who was granted royal appointment to Her Majesty in 2007 – the shoes “have to be immediately comfortable.”

In an unearthed interview from The Sunday Times in 2012, Parvin revealed the odd royal privilege.

“The Queen can never say ‘I’m uncomfortable, I can’t walk anymore’ during a royal occasion,” Parvin told the publication.

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“She has the right to have someone wear them in.”

Queen Elizabeth II is widely recognised for her statement fashion sense, often stepping out in strikingly bright outfits.

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The royals have a knack for being fashionable. Princess Diana’s fashion sense was functional but classy, one that many women still copy today. The queen famously wears neon outfits on more occasions than not. Kate Middleton loves different patterns and textures.

THE QUEEN is one of the most recognisable figures worldwide but when on royal engagements, her bodyguards refer to her by a bizarre codename. Queen Elizabeth II has many titles and there is a proper way to address the monarch when meeting her.

Parvin also revealed that he had to keep a spreadsheet of Her Majesty’s wardrobe, where he detailed the time, date and event that the Queen wore each outfit, to avoid any outfit repeaters.

More recently we have heard that the Queen has been keeping an eye on what the Duchess of Cambridge wears, reportedly ensuring that the future Queen Consort wears skirts at an appropriate length and dons correct coloured stockings with each outfit.

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