Posted November 05, 2018 09:11:33 “I’m a designer and I love making stuff,” she said.
“But the biggest issue is, how do I get it to fit?”
It’s like wearing a dress and being told you’re too short, but then finding the perfect dress for you.
“When she and her husband moved to the capital, they had to make sure they were well prepared to meet their growing family.”
It was really hard because we knew it was going to be an expensive move and there was no support,” Ms Laveley said.”
But the key was knowing how to plan ahead, how to look after yourself and make sure you can handle the change.
“Ms Lavely is not the only designer to have struggled to find the right sports gear.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been a fan of the Nike Air Force 1, a low-profile basketball shoe with a mesh upper that has been used to help prevent heat from being trapped in the foot and ankle.”
I love that shoe, it’s the same shoe every time,” she told the Today show last year.”
There’s a reason why it’s called the Air Force, because it’s designed to stay cool, it stays flexible, and it’s got an aerodynamic design.
“But it’s not the first time the Duchess of Sussex has struggled with finding the right pair of socks.
In 2015, she discovered a pair of shorts she could wear while out and about, but they had a tendency to fall apart.”
When I was out, I used to find them falling apart, and I’d be in the bathroom and I would just get them all undone,” she explained.”
You wouldn’t really know, but the socks would get really soft and floppy, and then they’d fall apart.
“So she started looking for alternatives to buy.”
The one thing that was really important was finding a pair that were comfortable and comfortable,” she admitted.”
We had to look at every pair of jeans that we could find, every pair we could get in the shop, so it’s definitely helped.
“Ms Coughlan said the Duchess is keen to embrace new technology and wear it on a regular basis.”
She’s just so open about it,” she remarked.”
Sometimes it’s a bit of a surprise, sometimes she can be really open and transparent about it, and sometimes she’ll be like, ‘No, no, I can’t, I have to wear these shoes in public, I just can’t do that, I don’t want people to see me in them’.