Meghan has same toe condition as Harry’s exes and it ‘says a lot about his type’

Meghan Markle wore sandals and even threw off her shoes a couple of times on her first overseas tour with husband Prince Harry.

It might not have been in-keeping with royal protocol but it showed how relaxed Meghan is with her new royal responsibilities.

The breach of tradition has also thrown up some new information, according to a foot expert who was keeping her eyes trained on Meghan’s toes.

Jane Sheehan, a foot-reading expert on This Morning, revealed how Meghan has a condition called Morton’s Toe, which means her big toe is shorter than her second.

The condition is caused when the second metatarsal – one of the bones at the base of the toe – is longer than the first.


Sheehan, seeing the pictures, was prompted to take a look at old photos of Harry’s ex-girlfriends – and made an interesting discovery.

Both Chelsea Davy and Cressida Bonas, the prince’s two most famous exes, have an extra long second toe.

And according to solestry experts, it has a special meaning which reveals a lot about what Harry looks for in a woman.

Sheehan explained how their common feature proves Harry is attracted to ‘natural-born leaders’.

"The fact that Harry’s always gone for women with a longer second toe, suggests he likes women who are strong," Jane told Femail.

"That doesn’t mean they are dictatorial but they lead by example."

But Meghan’s feet apparently also show her willingness to compromise, reportedly making her a ‘better match’ for Harry than Chelsea or Cressida.

Sheehan also explained how the Duchess’ feet compare to her husband’s – revealing Meghan is better able to delegate than Harry.

"Her big toe leans towards her second toe, suggesting that she has the motivation to help him," she added.

"So, whilst he won’t find it easy to delegate, she will naturally want to be helpful."

Meghan and Harry’s feet also give away that he likes to plan ahead while she deals with what’s in front of her.

Harry dated Chelsea Davy, a luxury jewellery brand owner, on and off for seven years, before they split for good in 2011.

He was then in a relationship with Cressida Bonas for two years, which ended in 2014.

The Duke has remained friends with both young women, and Cressida even attended his and Meghan’s wedding in May.

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