Kaye Adams stuns in leopard print heels from Duchess of Cornwall's favourite comfortable shoe brand

Kaye Adams

Loose Women star Kaye Adams stunned in a super-stylish outfit during today's episode of Loose Women.

The presenter looked chic in a khaki green shirt dress from Next. But what really caught our eye was Kaye's shoes, in a striking leopard print style.

And it turns out, Kaye had taken inspiration from one of the royal women for her footwear for the day.

Loose Women confirmed that her block heels were from Sole Bliss, a shoe brand the Duchess of Cornwall loves, and wears on an almost daily basis.

Sole Bliss sell comfortable shoes - including both heels and flats - for women who suffer from bunions, or for women who have wide feet.

Inside every pair of their shoes contains some nifty technology, including memory foam, a stretch panel, and a memory foam pad on the sole, to help ensure your feet are their most comfortable.

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It looks as though Kaye is wearing the brand's Ingrid: Luxe Leopard round toe block heel, a super chic pick that'll work for you all day long.

Buy Sole Bliss Ingrid: Luxe Leopard heels here, £179

The heel ensures the shoes are perfect for a formal social occasion or an important work event, but that they're also fun and stylish enough to be worn on a day out shopping, or at a summer BBQ, too.

The Ingrid: Luxe Leopards are slightly more on the pricey side, at £179. But we reckon that's a price well worth paying, if you can, for comfort.

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Unsurprisingly, the Duchess of Cornwall also loves Sole Bliss' Ingrid heels, and is regularly seen sporting the nude version of the shoe.

Camilla's favourite nude pair, with a wooden block heel, retail at the more affordable price of £149, and would work brilliantly with almost any outfit, being so versatile.

We may well pick up a pair for our latest wardrobe investment...

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.