Kate Middleton’s surprise nod to Meghan Markle stuns royal fans during Attenborough visit
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Kate Middleton appeared to give a “shout out” to Meghan Markle during Sir David Attenborough’s visit to Kensignton Palace last week. Last Saturday, Kensington Palace shared three photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, meeting with Sir David Attenborough. Roberta Fiorito, co-host of the Royally Obsessed podcast, noted that the Duchess of Cambridge choice of dress was a stunning nod to sister-in-law Meghan Markle.
Ms Fiorito pointed out the surprise possible reference during a discussion on Sir David’s visit with podcast co-host Rachel Bowie.
She said: “I love that the Cambridges coordinated those shades of blue.
“Kate was wearing a sustainable dress, a repurposed denim mini-dress from Gabriela Hearst.
“That is a Meghan Markle favourite brand.”
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Ms Fiorito added: “The sustainability of her dress with the climate change documentary, I think that was really smart on her part.
“Also who knows if it was a shout out to Meghan Markle. It is one of her favourite brands. I would love that.”
Sir David Attenborough attended a private viewing of his new documentary at Kensington Palace in an event hosted by the Duke of Cambridge.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a mini-denim dress from Gabriela Hearst that retailed for $1,590 (£1,230) before selling out online.
The dress is from Hearst’s pre-fall 2020 collection.
According to the Instagram caption from Kensington Palace, Sir David and the Cambridges discussed their “shared passion for protecting the natural world”.
Kate, William and Sir David have worked together on environmental issues in the past including on the Earthshot Prize, a cash reward for solutions to climate problems.
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Sir David was also interviewed by Prince William at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in 2019.
During his visit, the naturalist gave Prince George a fossilised giant tooth from an extinct shark – a carcharocles megalodon.
Sir David found the giant shark tooth during a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s.
David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet was released in cinemas on Monday and on Netflix on October 4.
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