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Prince Harry joined Meghan Markle for £50 pedicure at five-star hotel spa before barefoot speech

Prince Harry joined Meghan Markle for £50 pedicure at five-star hotel spa before his Google Camp barefoot speech

  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are regulars at the £500-a-night Coworth Park
  • The couple have spa treatments in a private cottage often while Archie sleeps
  • Harry gave a barefoot speech about climate change at Google Camp last week

Prince Harry prepared for his barefoot Google Camp speech by treating himself and wife Meghan to £50 pedicures at a five-star hotel.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are regulars at the £500-a-night Coworth Park in Ascot. 

The Royal couple are said to enjoy massages and spa treatments while baby Archie is having a nap.

The Royal couple enjoy massages and spa treatments while baby Archie is having a nap

Prince Harry prepared for his barefoot Google Camp speech by treating Meghan and himself to a £50 pedicure (file photos)

An insider told The Sun: ‘Harry and Meghan like regular treatments at Coworth and visited recently for pedicures and massages.’

‘Meghan likes to have the same therapists and a new one has to be supervised by someone she has already approved before they’re allowed to treat her on their own.

‘Harry likes getting his feet done and also has massages due to his polo injuries.’

Pedicures at the luxury spa cost £50 while a deluxe massage is £140 for 80 minutes.

The couple use a secluded cottage on the hotel’s ground for their treatment where Harry stayed the night before his wedding.

While at last week’s climate change summit in Palermo, Harry is said to have delivered an impassioned speech about the environment and humanitarianism while barefoot.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are regulars at the £500-a-night Coworth Park in Ascot (pictured)

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are regulars at the £500-a-night Coworth Park in Ascot (pictured)

But the Prince was criticised for taking a private jet to the Google Camp as he lectured others about their duty to save the planet.

Google is said to have paid for a private jet and a helicopter to ferry Prince Harry from London to Palmero. 

If Harry did travel via private jet, it would have put around three tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere – ten times more than going via commercial airliner. 

Harry also warned about the ‘terrifying’ effects of climate change on the world when he revealed this week that he and wife Meghan had decided to limit their family to two children.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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