Without her Manolo Blahnik heels, a faded scar can be seen on Meghan's left foot.
Kumar Kunasingham, consultant trauma and orthopedic surgeon for the BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital, said her scar was "100 percent open for bale operation".
He said, "While the scar is only 4-5 cm, this type of surgery can be very painful and it can take up to three months for patients to be able to wear heels again."
It is believed that Meghan was operated on in 2014 to correct the bales with them after at least four years.
Dr. Kunasingham said to Fabulous, "The joint at the metatarsal bone [the bone above the big toe] Where piles occur frequently, has many layers.
"During the operation, you have to cut all these layers to the bone, which is then broken, stretched and tucked.
"A bale is a bit like an onion. It has so many layers and they can make you cry both before and after the operation. "
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However, the orthopedic surgeon said that heaps are not caused by heels, but they do not help the problem.
He said, "It's a myth that high heels cause bunch.
"They can be made worse and injured by certain shoe choices, but piles are hereditary.
"It affects 25 percent of the population and is more common in women."
It is known that other celebrities are suffering from clusters, including Victoria Beckham, Oprah Winfrey and Tilda Swinton.
Dr. Kunasingham explained that a keyhole operation has a faster recovery time, but is less common in the US and Canada where he introduced himself to Meghan.
He added, "The wound remains very painful and the joint very stiff. It is likely that she was not on her feet for at least 6-8 weeks. "
It can take up to eight weeks for patients to be bathed or showered with plastic bags on their feet for six weeks without help.
The surgeon added that Meghan probably avoided heels for three months.
But he notes that the Duchess has made intelligent decisions with her shoes.
"In 2015 you can see that her scar is still pink, but she consciously chose heels that do not rub against the area.
"There's plenty of space and space in her shoes, and I imagine it's all because of her bale operation."