Kate Middleton is barely seen out in public engagements without her trusty nude LK Bennett high heels on. When she made a pre-Olympic visit to a judo center however, she gamely kicked off her heels to step on the mat. She may be regretting that decision now as a podiatrist has taken it upon herself to publicly point out every single flaw of her feet. In an open letter to the duchess published in the Daily Mail, podiatrist Emma Supple pointed out what's wrong with her feet already and warned her to take it easy with the heels.
"When I first saw the pictures of your bare feetÂ—which you exposed on a pre-Olympic visit to a judo centreÂ—I didn't know whose they were. The redness, bruising and flaking on the feet told me that they are put under a great deal of pressure for long periods of time, and I wondered: do they belong to an athlete? I was shocked to find out whose they were because, Kate, you have early signs of conditions such as bunions and corns that will only worsen, and others that could do with treatment now," the letter starts.
The podiatrist proceeds to describe in detail what's wrong with her feet. From the yellowing of her left foot's little toenail to her developing bunions, which are at a very early stage, nothing goes unnoticed.
By writing such a public letter, podiatrist Emma Supple may get more business from the British public for her practice but she'll probably not be treating Kate Middleton ever. The Duchess of Cambridge certainly doesn't like someone pointing out her physical flaws for personal gain.