Kate faces crowds just hours after Harry and Meghan release bombshell Netflix trailer.
Just a few hours after this aired, Kate was photographed approaching crowds in Boston, Massachusetts.
She smiles as she moves towards one group holding a large sign which reads: “Welcome Prince William and Kate.”
A young boy can also be seen dressed as a Royal Guard, armed with a large grin and a bouquet of flowers.
Kate, Princess of Wales.
From the crowds came the cry “not elected” – the same words also appearing on a small banner.
Kate and her husband William, Prince of Wales, were making their way to Greentown Labs, a technology hub in Boston.
This is believed to be the largest climate tech start-up incubator in North America, having supported more than 500 companies since 2011.
Kate in Boston.
Royals in Boston.
Fears have been cited since William and Kate’s US visit, their first overseas trip since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, began yesterday that this might be overshadowed by accusations of racism.
A key royal aide yesterday stepped down after decades in the role following complaints over how she reportedly repeatedly asked charity worker Ngozi Fulani “where are you really from”.
The discussion appears to have shifted again, this time to the upcoming documentary series “Harry and Meghan”.
In the new trailer, the Duke of Sussex laments that “no one sees what’s happening behind closed doors”.
This is set aside footage of the Duke and Duchess together in numerous locations, looking happy together.
Netflix has described the six-part series as “an unprecedented and in-depth” look at “one of the most-discussed couples in history”.
Prince Harry is, however, continuing to focus on the purpose of his US trip, to promote the Earthshot Prize for environmental entrepreneurship.
The second award ceremony for the prize will be led by the Prince and Princess of Friday, before being broadcasted on the BBC at 5.30pm on Sunday.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK