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Friday, May 5, 2023

PHOTO: Kate Middleton takes selfie with troll who owns hate accounts targeting Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on Twitter before Coronation

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Kate Middleton takes selfie with troll who owns Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's hate accounts on Twitter before Coronation. (Read More Here).

Information reads: "Kate Middleton taking a selfie w 1 of the vilest Meghan hate accounts on Twitter to thank her for her service in abusing, harassing Meghan & her babies is so on brand for her 💩
Will royal reporters Emily Andrews & Jack Royston comment on it since they know abt selfie etiquette?

"This person owns a hate account targeting Meghan Markle, and she got the opportunity to take a photo with Kate."

"I think Kate will wear something thoughtful that will in some way show her loyalty to King Charles," Bethan Holt, fashion director at the Daily Telegraph tells PEOPLE. "She will recognize this as a huge moment, and I think we'll see something that sets her apart from the crowd."

Next in line to the role of Queen Consort and the first Princess of Wales to attend a coronation since 1902 means royal watchers could see Kate making quite a grand statement.

King Charles's decision to "slim down" the monarchy and have a pared-down coronation ceremony may indicate that he will also install a more laidback dress code than we've seen at former coronations.

"I'm certainly hoping we'll see coronation tiaras, but it's possible that Charles is following the example of some of his European counterparts, like the King of the Netherlands, and setting a daytime formal dress code for the event," royal jewelry expert Lauren Kiehna told People. "That would mean that we could still see some grand jewels, like necklaces, brooches and earrings but no tiaras. I'll be sad if that's true but it may just be another part of the 'de-formalizing' of the British royal world that has taken place over the last several decades."

"McQueen would be the obvious choice, although I think it would be interesting if she went for a younger designer or an unexpected name," says Holt, author of The Duchess of Cambridge: A Decade of Royal Modern Style. Alexander McQueen was behind Princess Kate's 2011 bridal gown and is still a staple of her wardrobe 12 years later.

Holt adds, "While tradition would lean towards a full-length ivory gown, so many rules have changed. She might just surprise us!"

The Princess of Wales likes dressing to a theme, and her chosen outfit perfectly matched the Union Jack flags that now line London streets. She wore a tailored bright red coat with a demure midi hemline by Eponine London (which had a bright blue lining which you could see flashes of as she walked), worn over a white buttoned shirt dress by Suzannah.

Kate’s decision to wear London-based designers will also be no accident. The Princess has worn both pieces in the past for similarly British occasions: the coat for a visit to Cardiff as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in 2022, and the Suzannah dress for a day at Wimbledon in 2019. She stuck to the same patriotic color scheme with her accessories in Soho: an ivory Mulberry Amberley handbag, Gianvito Rossi white heeled pumps and pearl drop earrings by Maria Black.

Instead of a tiara, the Princess of Wales is reportedly considering wearing a "floral headpiece" for the ceremony, according to The Times.

The outlet added, "There are also rumors within palace circles that no royal women will wear tiaras."

Though there's no word yet on what exactly a "floral headpiece" entails, looking back at the royal's style over the years may provide some answers. Kate has regularly worn hats or fascinators adorned with floral decorations. 

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