Kate Middleton donned a sheer pastel pink blouse during a virtual meeting for International Women’s Day with Jasmine Harrison.
The royal family was recently put under fire after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry revealed their side of the story in a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Included in the discussion was an issue where British papers claimed the former “Suits” star made her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, cry over a flower girl problem when in truth, it was the other way around.
PRETTY IN PINK
Since the controversial issue aired, Middleton appeared in a virtual video call to celebrate International Women’s Day, speaking with Jasmine Harrison over the phone.
Although the online meeting was recorded on March 2, the palace’s official YouTube account only aired it on March 8. In the clip, the Duchess of Cambridge could be seen wearing a sheer pastel pink blouse with white prints.
Her long-sleeved Boden top had a pussy-bow detail in front and was paired with black slacks. Middleton kept her hair tidy, wearing it up in a neatly combed half ponytail.
Kate Middleton during an virtual call for International Women's Day. | Source: YouTube/TheRoyalFamily
Boden is reportedly among the mother-of-three’s favorite British fashion brands, which has partnered with the Prince’s Trust during International Women’s Day with donations made for every purchase.
Markle’s growing baby bump was seen in the garden photo while she carried their one-year-old son.
The £80 blouse is one of the popular styles, nearly sold out at the store. However, there are still a few sizes and different colors available at John and Lewis.
Kate Middleton during the Sovereign's Parade at Sandhurst Military Academy to watch the passing-out parade on December 15, 2006 in Surrey, England. | Source: Getty Images
THE VIRTUAL CONVERSATION
Middleton spoke with 21-year-old Harrison about the athlete's 3,000-mile row record at a young age, the Blue Marine Foundation, and raising funds for ShelterBox.
Harrison is the youngest woman to row alone across the Atlantic and was inspired to row after witnessing a similar race three years ago. She was among the 21 competitors who took part in the challenge.
Harrison began her journey in the Canary Islands of Spain on December 12, 2020, and made it to Antigua 70 days, three hours, and 48 minutes later. Indeed, her accomplishment is worth celebrating.
Harry and Markle also celebrated International Women’s Day as a beautiful photo of them was posted on their friend and photographer, Misan Harriman’s Instagram account.
In the sweet snap, Markle donned a La Ligne maxi dress while her husband stood behind and embraced her. Harriman is the same person who shared the couple’s pregnancy announcement.
Markle’s growing baby bump was seen in the garden photo while she carried their one-year-old son, Archie, whose face was hidden from the camera.