Huge clue about Kate and Meghan's royal rift we all missed

Carla Harmon
December 7, 2018

At the event, the Duchess discussed how higher education can tackle issues such as modern slavery, gender equality and climate change with a number of university leaders, academics and worldwide scholarship students.

During an appearance at Leicester University with her husband Prince William, the Duchess greeted crowds and was asked by members of the public about the impending arrival of the new royal baby.

During her first few months in the White House, Michelle focused on ensuring that her daughters were settled in before she took on any ambitious projects or causes. (Reuters) Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex arrive at the Irish emigration museum in Dublin.


And she says her friend hasn't changed one bit since becoming Prince Harry's wife and one of the most famous women in the world. In November 2017, they paid the students at Hyde Park Academy in Chicago a surprise visit, where the duo engaged with learners for more than an hour.

While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were at the event - along with the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not in attendance.

While Meghan and Harry attended the carol service, Kate also kept busy.


The 37-year-old duchess is said to be reading up on hypnobirthing techniques as her mum Doria Ragland, is said to be "encouraging Meg to go for a natural birth", according to Vanity Fair.

While the most recent round of speculation has been put to rest, it's worth noting that this is the second report of clashing between Kate and Meghan before the royal wedding. "They don't really get on", a source told the Daily Mail.

Meghan wore the Cocoon Coat in Myth, a very pale blush pink colour.


Her pants came from one of her favourite United Kingdom brands, Jigsaw, for £130, but more surprisingly they were teamed with a £666 khaki blazer by Canadian label Smythe - a brand Meghan is no stranger to.

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