“Quite extraordinary, she’s really shown her versatility and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that this has all happened at the same time as a little whistle stop tour on the other side of the pond.”
Editor of YOU Magazine Jo Elvin asked: “Do you think there’s a feeling of Kate upping her game?”
Commentator Richard Eden added: “I don’t think she needs to up her game at all.
Kate is “upping her game” in her latest week of royal duties is
Meanwhile Harry and Meghan attended a Global Citizen event in New York
“Meghan wears what she wants to wear in New York.”
James Bond star Daniel Craig only had eyes for the Duchess of Cambridge when he complimented her dazzling gown worn to the 007 world premiere.
The actor, who has stepped down from the famous role, told Kate “You look jolly lovely” when she wore a sparkling gold Jenny Packham gown to the global launch of No Time To Die.
A quartet of royals, Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, attended the star-studded event at the Royal Albert Hall which gave the cinema industry a much needed boost.
Kate played doubles wth Emma Radacanu, attended the James Bone premiere and visited Northern Ireland
Camilla shimmered in a pale blue chiffon gown by Bruce Oldfield and the royal men looked smart in their black ties.
The next morning, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have began a visit to Northern Ireland.
William and Kate arrived in Londonderry for a day-long trip meeting young people and hearing how organisations are engaging across communities, and began by touring Ulster University’s Magee Campus.
The Cambridges made their first visit to Derry and will be shown a specially designed simulated ambulance, the only one of its kind in the region, built on campus to train the very first-year group studying the new BSc Hons paramedic science programme in Northern Ireland.
The course, which started last week, is offered by the University to support the development of the paramedic profession in Northern Ireland and further afield.
William and Kate also met in person a group of student nurses from the university they spoke to, via a video call, in February, when they heard about their experiences taking part in hospital placements during the pandemic.
At the start of the first lockdown the students from Ulster University’s School of Nursing joined the frontline fight against Covid-19 working on wards or in the community.
During the call the duchess told the trainees: “Nursing is one of the most trusted professions in the country, so you couldn’t have chosen a better career choice and it’s needed now more than ever.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK