Comparing Princess Diana And Kate Middleton's First Major Royal Moments

Joann Johnston
March 22, 2019

With both women considered fashion icons in their own right, this was an opportunity to see how they styled out their debut double-act moment.

In fact, Kate looked totally at home as she strode up to the museum's entrance, still wearing the fit-and-flare Catherine Walker coat from her visit to King's College London earlier that same day. It's a look which matches the formula that.

Her Majesty was joined by her granddaughter-in-law during the visit King's College London where they opened Bush House, the latest education and learning facilities on the Strand Campus.

"The Queen is Patron of @KingsCollegeLon - which is the 4th oldest university in England", read a tweet from the Royal Family's account.

Despite this being the Queen's first solo outing with Middleton, they have, of course, attended many events with other members of the Royal Family.

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It took the Duchess of Cambridge almost eight years to make her first joint appearance with the queen, but Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, stepped out solo with Her Majesty just two months after marrying Prince Harry. The Duchess of Sussex has made it pretty clear since marrying Prince Harry that she doesn't want to waste any time and is eager to learn as much as possible.

Her Majesty and Her Royal Highness then took a tour of the facilities on offer before meeting a number of supporters of the development.

"There will be no sinister reason that a joint, double-headed engagement has not happened until now", Hanson added.

To formally mark the visit, The Queen unveiled a plaque before signing the Visitor's Book alongside the Duchess of Cambridge.

The royal engagement came before the Duchess of Cambridge was announced as the new Patron of the Foundling Museum. Subscribe to HuffPost's Watching the Royals newsletter for all things Windsor (and beyond).

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