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Duchess Meghan’s replica velvet heels are now on SALE

First step to being a royal: wear the right shoes

by Anna Johnstone /


The Duchess of Sussex’s impeccable style has already seen a number of knock off dupes (just how many people have tried to find the perfect bandeau-neck wedding gown after she tied the knot to Prince Harry?), but they usually still don’t come cheap. In March, Meghan stepped out in some stunning velvet heels while in Belfast, which were a totally chic way to pull together her stone-coloured coat and emerald dress. The Duchess’ pair were from Jimmy Choo and cost £595, which sadly is a little out of our price range. But, you can pick up a pair from the high street - and even better, they’re on SALE.

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J by Jasper Conran at Debenhams has a very similar pair of red velvet stilettos, dubbed the ‘Jiggle’ (we like the name), and they originally cost just £55. But now the glamorous heels have been slashed to just £38.50, making them a seriously irresistible wardrobe upgrade. Royal protocol says that open toed shoes are considered informal, so this gorgeous red pair would definitely win you some points with the Queen at the next event you happen to be rubbing shoulders with her at. Or so, we can dream…

Jiggle shoes, £38.50, Debenhams

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The shoes have clearly been popular, with sizes 4 and 7 already selling out, but if your feet are a 3, 5, 6, or 8, then you’re still in luck. One eager shopper has already bought a pair and reviewed them, giving them five stars for quality and style. Sadly, we can’t promise that wearing them will help bag you a prince, but if it helps you feel like a princess, then why not bag yourself a pair of new high heels? Because who really needs any more excuse to add to their shoe collection? We know where we’re heading after work, anyway.

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