The Duke of Sussex reportedly enjoys having £50 pedicures to keep his feet in check.
The Georgian country house in Ascot is where the prince stayed the night before his wedding to Meghan in May 2018 and it’s just a short drive away from their home Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
The spa offers a list of treatments specifically for men, which include facials, massages and nail care.
It describes its male pedicure service as: “This energising foot treatment aids muscle relaxation and helps ease aching feet. A gentle exfoliation and massage is followed by cuticle tidying and nourishment, before the nails are shaped for a groomed appearance.”
A source told The Sun: “Harry likes getting his feet done and also has massages due to his polo injuries.”
If true, the royal is by no means alone: the number of men booking in for manicures and pedicures is said to have risen in recent years. So much so, that a dedicated salon Aldwyn & Sons opened its doors in Fitzrovia, London last year.
Lady Southern, founder of the House of Lady Muck salon told the Evening Standard that their mens’ MANI-appointments have “doubled in the past year.”
And it’s not just about pampering. Having regular pedicures has many health benefits, including the prevention of hard skin, ingrown nails and fungal infections.
It comes after Harry reportedly gave a speech about climate change, while barefoot, at the Google summit in Sicily. Buckingham Palace declined to comment on whether he attended the star-studded event.
On Sunday, the duke posted a personal message to wife Meghan on her 38th birthday, on the couple’s Instagram account.
It read: ‘Happy Birthday to my amazing wife. Thank you for joining me on this adventure!’ - Love, H.’
It’s believed that the Sussexes celebrated Meghan’s special day at home privately, with their baby son Archie.