Kate Middleton has paid a sweet tribute to Meghan Markle and Prince harry when she attended the third of this year's Royal Garden parties.
The Duchess of Cambridge oozed elegance in her mint green outfit and in particular, her floral fascinator, designed by Philip Treacy, has caught royal fans' attention.
The sleek hat design with a large floral appliqué was reminiscent of the cream-coloured one Kate wore at Harry and Meghan's wedding in 2018.
Kate and husband Prince William represented the Queen, who has not attended the Buckingham Palace garden parties due to "episodic mobility issues".
Royal fans were blown away by Kate's very Bridgeton-esque dress with billowy Bishop sleeves that gather at a cuff around the wrist, and a defined waist.
The nostalgic detail in Kate's outfit comes as Harry and Meghan are set to return to the UK for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, with their children Archie and Lilibet.
The Duchess of Sussex yesterday (May 26) made an unplanned visit at Robb Elementary School to pay tribute to the 21 victims who were killed in the mass shooting.
The mum-of-two laid flowers at the memorial outside Uvalde County Courthouse and extended her condolences and support the Texas community.
Meghan recently attended a charity polo match to show support to Harry and his new team for winning the trophy.
But royal expert claimed that her appearance is an indication that "all's not well" amid her Netflix series cancellation and rumours of Harry's book being delayed.
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Daily Mail royal correspondent Richard Eden spoke on Palace Confidential podcast: "I do sense there’s a bit of trouble there really.
"All these pictures have started appearing of Meghan turning up at the polo, handing over trophies and this sort of thing."
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