PRINCE Harry regularly joins his wife Meghan Markle for regular pedicure sessions worth £50 a time at a top spa hotel, according to royal insiders.
Harry, 34, reportedly prepared for his speech on climate change at Google Camp in Sicily – which he presented barefoot – by getting a pedicure done. But sources claim the ex-military man enjoys massages, pedicures and other spa treatments alongside Meghan, 38, when they take day trips to Coworth Park in Ascot. The Duke and Duchess are regular visitors to the £500-a-night spa hotel.
The price of a pedicure starts at £50, while a deluxe massage costs £140 for an 80-minute treatment.
Trusted therapists from the hotel are also sent to Frogmore Cottage to perform in-house treatments on the royal couple.
The royal source told the Sun: “Harry and Meghan like regular treatments at Coworth and visited recently for pedicures and massages.
“They use a secluded cottage in the grounds — where Harry stayed the night before his wedding — so it’s private and they often bring their two dogs and Archie.
Harry reportedly joins wife Meghan Markle for regular pedicures worth £50 a time (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry’s friends from his time in the Army joked that the royal had “changed” (Image: GETTY)
“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.”
But Harry’s treatments has led to banter from his old army colleagues, who he served alongside while completing a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
A source in the military said: “Pedicures and massages? He’s changed!”
Harry reportedly joins Meghan for treatments at the £500-a-night spa hotel (Image: GETTY)
Meanwhile, a friend of Harry’s described the prince as a “proper bloke”.
The source said: “Harry used to be a proper bloke — dodgy dress sense, liked a drink and didn’t care how he looked.
“In his Army days, he would have laughed if someone had offered him a pedicure.
“Now he’s pontificating about saving the world and doesn’t smoke or drink.”
Prince Harry put climate change at the top of his political agenda (Image: GETTY)
The Prince has been jostled by his old Army colleagues who said he was once a “proper bloke” (Image: GETTY)
Despite his support for slowing down climate change, the Prince was criticised for reportedly attending Google Camp retreat by private jet and helicopter.
The annual meeting attracts the wealthiest people from across the celebrity spectrum for what has been dubbed one of the world’s most top-secret annual meetings.
It is said Google set up the event, with the world’s richest figures, to discuss important issues among the rich and famous.
Issues on the agenda include climate change, human rights and the role of the internet in modern society.
A look back at the key moments in Harry and Meghan’s relationship so far (Image: EXPRESS)
The event also boasted royalty, with members of the British monarchy dazzling and mixing with stars.
But a Sunday Express survey of 2,000 people, conducted by Pollsters, showed sharp criticisms of the couple’s spending habits and political agenda.
Seven out of 10 people (71 per cent) surveyed by OnePoll said the public should not pay towards their lifestyle.
The Duke and Duchess faced criticism for spending around £2.4million of taxpayers’ money on restoring their Frogmore Cottage home near Windsor Castle.
Harry and Meghan relax at the spa and are regularly visited by trusted beauty therapists at Frogmore (Image: GETTY)
When work is finished, the bill is expected to rise to around £3.5million once renovation work is finished.
A majority of self-declared royalists in the poll – 58 per cent – agreed that the Sussexes should not have access to public funds.
On Sunday, Prince Harry wished his wfe Happy Birthday on Is=nstagram in a very public display of affection.
He sent a message to his “amazing” wife, which read: “Thank you for joining me on this adventure!”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK