Duchess Meghan is environmentally conscious when choosing her shoes in Australia. The 37-year-old wore flat black shoes made of recycled plastic bottles at the start of her Sydney trip on Tuesday. This was reported by several media in unison.
According to the website of the manufacturer Rothy’s the ballerinas are made of plastic bottles that would otherwise land on the landfill. A photograph of Meghan wearing shoes had 18,000 likes and enthusiastic comments on the company’s Instagrama account after one day.
The commitment of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry to social causes and the environment is well known. For his wedding in May, the couple asked not for gifts, but donations for organizations that are committed to, among other things, the protection of the environment.
The main reason for the pair’s Pacific voyage is the Invictus Games, a sports competition for war-disabled veterans founded by Prince Harry in 2014. In addition, the couple is mainly concerned with environmental protection and various initiatives of young people. On Monday, the British royal family had announced that they expect their first child in the spring of 2019.