Meghan, take a step back! Kate receives accolades in the United States for a fresh royal’masterstroke.’
Americans have praised Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, for a new “masterstroke” in which the royal “leverages” fan “buzz.”
An American royal analyst has lauded Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, both 39, for their travel to Derry-Londonderry for a series of royal engagements. The duo’s visit in Northern Ireland was hailed as a “masterstroke” for “redirecting attention back to their work.”
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On the red carpet for the new James Bond film No Time to Die on Tuesday, September 28, the Cambridges were joined by future king Prince Charles, 72, and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 74.
Following photographs of the four senior Royal Family members together during the G7 meeting in Cornwall in June, the appearance was the first time the four senior Royal Family members had been seen together in recent months.
As they walked the red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall, all eyes were on the royals, and Kate sent royal fans into a frenzy in a show-stopping gold Jenny Packham gown, which was hailed with pleasure across social media.
According to one royal observer, Kate and her future husband, Prince William, took advantage of the “buzz” and “additional eyes” at the glamorous event by going right into royal duties on Wednesday.
The couple traveled to Northern Ireland for a series of public appearances, including a stop to Ulster University’s Magee Campus, where they met with nursing students they’d spoken with through video call during COVID-19, who shared their experiences of learning during the pandemic with the royals.
The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh have been on a number of royal engagements, including this most recent union-boosting excursion, while Queen Elizabeth II, 95, is on holiday in Balmoral.
Fans have greeted the Cambridges’ most recent appearances with rapturous applause, and the royals are using their celebrity to draw attention to other causes, which one analyst calls a “masterstroke.”
The American public relations guru @UKRoyalTea commented on the Duke and Duchess’ more recent interaction on Twitter.
“So clever of you. “Brinkwire Summary News,” they wrote.