Kate Middleton makes a bold move at an outing to show Meghan Markle that she would not be overshadowed.


Kate Middleton makes a bold move at an outing to show Meghan Markle that she would not be overshadowed.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, returned to work in a power suit after a dazzling night at the Royal Albert Hall.

Today, Kate wore a plum Emilia Wickstead trouser suit when visiting Ulster University’s Magee Campus with Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a high-neck black shirt and suede heels for her engagement in Northern Ireland.

During her first visit to Derry-Londonderry, the Duchess wore this dark-colored suit to signal she meant business.

Her clothing choice, though, could have been influenced by the Duchess of Sussex, who wore a number of power suits during her recent official visit to New York.

Kate donned royal purple today, a color with a long history in the royal family and one that the Queen frequently wears during public appearances.

Meghan, on the other hand, wore a navy-colored suit that included a high-neck shirt, wide-legged trousers, and pumps to kick off the Sussexes’ first-ever joint vacation to New York.

She visited the One World Trade Center, which includes the 9/11 memorial and an observatory, in this ensemble, which was topped up with a heavy coat.

Meghan and Harry were joined by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, his family, and New York State Governor Kathy Hochul for this engagement.

Meghan ditched her pants suit later that day in favor of a camel-colored coat worn over a traditional and sophisticated look.

The Sussexes then attended a roundtable discussion on vaccine equity and met US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield.

Meghan and Harry paid a visit to PS 123 Mahalia Jackson School in Harlem on their second day in New York.

Meghan looked stunning in a dark red suit by Loro Piana and suede red stilettos, all of which she accessorized with gold jewelry.

The purpose of this tour was to encourage early childhood literacy and education.

Meghan read The Bench, her first children’s book, to the students while she was there.

Two garden boxes loaded with vegetables and herbs were donated by the Sussexes to support easy access to fresh and healthy food.

Archewell also provides health and hygiene goods to the school’s families as part of their cooperation with Proctor & Gamble.

They also supplied a washing machine and dryer for the school to utilize for the uniforms of the pupils.

The Duchess gave reading nooks at numerous Graham Windham venues in New York to promote literacy and access to books.

On their final day in New York. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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