Samantha Cameron takes part in charity march in high heels

Samantha Cameron takes part in charity march in high heels

Born to Walk Tall: Samantha Cameron takes part in charity march in high heels

11:57 AM on 6th September 2011

Samantha Cameron

Walk this way: Samantha Cameron with (left to right front row) Peter Pilotto, Nigerian health worker, Dr Hajara Kera, Chairman of the British Fashion Council, Harold Tillman MBE, Erdem Moralioglu and Christopher Kane

Samantha Cameron during the launch of Save The Children Samantha Cameron

Those shoes weren”t made for walking: Samantha wore a pair of high heels from Topshop for the philanthropic occasion, starting at Dowing Street and ending at Somerset House

Fashion relief: Samantha was joined by a Nigerian midwife Dr Hejara Kera, left, and several high profile figures from the fashion industry including Burberry

Fashion relief: Samantha was joined several high profile figures from the fashion industry including Burberry”s Chief Creative Officer, Christopher Bailey, right

The campaign supported by Save The Children, Born to Walk Tall hightlights the critical shortage of 3.5 million health workers around the globe

Good cause: The campaign, entitled Born to Walk Tall and supported by Save The Children hightlights the critical shortage of 3.5 million health workers around the globe