Ultra-comfortable shoes beloved by royalty and Hollywood A-listers that promise an end to foot pain are available in Australia for the first time ever.
The 40-year-old comedienne on Tuesday wore the new ‘Hero’ trainers ($319 AUD) in a photoshoot to promote the first day of filming for her new TV show, Pooch Perfect.
The shoes, which are specially designed for women with bunions and wide feet, have cushioned soles, stretch panels and a seam-free leather lining that promise to relieve pain by cushioning and supporting joints.
For the first time Australian customers can now order directly from the brand’s official website, with delivery promised within eight to 10 working days for a $44 shipping fee.
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Australian actor Rebel Wilson (pictured at a photoshoot in January 2021) loves the brand’s new trainers which promise an end to foot pain by cushioning and supporting joints
Reach new heights in Rebel’s trainers from Sole Bliss
We can’t even remember the last time we wore heels. Whilst we’re not missing the feeling of burning feet and pinched toes, we are missing that feeling of walking tall you only get with our favourite pair of strappies.
But, we come with good news! Platform trainers have emerged as the next best thing to add extra inches and keep your feet happy.
Rebel Wilson knows where it’s at with her Sole Bliss trainers, which combine comfort with style.
Made of Italian leather, the ‘Hero’ trainers feature full leather lining and a metallic zip and boast secret stretch panels which cushion bunions and supports joints.
Unsurprisingly, they’ve now sold out, but be the first to know about new stock by clicking (right). If you can’t wait then treat your feet to a similar pair from the carousel that includes Alexander McQueen and Ted Baker.
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The ‘Hero’ leather trainers by Sole Bliss (pictured) are specially designed by podiatrists to provide extra cushioning to wide and bunion-prone feet – and they’ve just launched in Australia
Other famous fans of the brand include Camilla Parker Bowles, who has been wearing the bunion-soothing designs since June 2018.
The 73-year-old Duchess of Cornwall – who is often photographed in the label’s $265 ‘Ingrid’ heels – recently bought two pairs of the ‘Hero’ style in black and navy, the Mail on Sunday revealed this week.
Sole Bliss designer Lisa Kay said she is ‘delighted and honoured’ that the wife of Prince Charles continues to wear her creations, which took five years to perfect.
Ms Kay said she had just finished work at her production facility in Italy when she spotted a photo of the Duchess in a pair of Sole Bliss heels at the Royal Cornwall Show during the summer of 2018.
Rebel (pictured in early 2021) lost an incredible 30kg – 4.7 stone – during a dedicated ‘year of health’ in 2020
‘We immediately received emails from our customers asking if the Duchess was indeed wearing the same shoes as them, it was very exciting,’ she recalled.
Camilla has long been vocal about her foot complaints, which stem from the 221 official engagements she carries out each year.
Her bunions leave her ‘screaming in agony at the end of the day’, she previously revealed.
And she’s not the only royal to suffer from foot trouble.
The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured with husband Prince Charles in 2019) is often photographed in Sole Bliss’ $265 ‘Ingrid’ heels on royal walkabouts
Camilla (pictured at an event in May 2017) has long been vocal about her foot complaints, which stem from the 221 official engagements she carries out each year
Kate Middleton often wears $27 (AUD) insoles from luxury label Alice Bow, while the Queen’s dresser Angela Kelly wears in Her Majesty’s shoes on her behalf.
As well as receiving the royal stamp of approval, Sole Bliss also counts a string of A-list celebrities among its fans.
Actresses Dame Helen Mirren and Viola Davis have both been photographed in various styles at premieres and red carpet events.
This post was first published on DailyMail.