On May 12, 2019, Duchess Meghan shared a touching photo of her little son in honor of Mother's Day. The picture doesn’t show us much: the caring hand of a young mother and Archie’s tiny feet, but this was a new occasion for discussions.
Judging by the photo, the boy has Egyptian-shaped feet, which could give some idea of his character. Such structure is characterized by the largest and longest big toe, while the rest of the toes descend to the side at a 45° angle. Such narrow feet is considered aristocratic.
Owners of such “royal” feet like care. They love being pampered. Well, considering that Archie is Meghan and Harry’s firstborn, the parents are likely to satisfy all the boy’s needs.
The Egyptian shape also suggests that its owner has a delicate sense of taste. Another presumably dominant trait of the boy’s character could be secrecy. Despite their friendliness, such people prefer to keep their thoughts and emotions undisclosed, opening up only to those who really deserve it.
At the same time, College of Podiatry spokeswoman Emma McConnachie, in a conversation with journalists from Express, noted it was too early to draw conclusions. As Archie grows older, the shape of his foot will develop and probably change: it is possible that it could be of the Greek type, like his mother’s.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that Archie will become the male version of the Duchess over time. This could just indicate an energetic, impulsive, and creative nature.
Such people often love sports and have leadership qualities. Do you remember, Meghan has practiced yoga since her youth, preferred active forms of leisure, and quickly gained popularity due to her excellent ability to be the center of public attention.
The owners of Greek-shaped feet are often very creative intellectuals. They are creators and dreamers, with a head plunging into the world of their own hobbies. They are resourceful and brave, don’t stop in the face of difficulties, and easily become the life and soul of any party.
It's amazing how much we can find out with only a single photo. Are there the owners of the Egyptian or Greek foot types among you? Do you agree that it can tell you something about one's character? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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