Kate Middleton’s Meghan moment as she gives a nod to Pride under rainbow umbrella

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It is one of the most memorable photos of their brief time within the Royal family.

Prince Harry and his polished bride, sheltering from the British rain ahead of starting their new lives in America.

And Kate Middleton had her own Meghan moment on Friday, as she launched her own Centre for Early Childhood to raise awareness of the importance of early years.

To mark the occasion, Kate paid a visit to the centre and looked fabulous despite being caught in the rain.


Fighting the dreary weather under a cheerful Pride-inspired rainbow umbrella, The Duchess gave us flashbacks.

The image of Kate walking from the car transported us back to March 2020 when Harry and Meghan attended The Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House.

Both ladies sported fabulous blue dresses which are of a very similar style and both looked incredible in the rainy shots, showing off British weather at it's finest, they even made the rain look good.

For Kate's outing, she opted to brighten up everyone’s day by wearing a figure hugging dress from one of her favourite brands L.K.Bennett.

The dress is priced at £225 and you can snap it up for yourselves here if you're quick enough.

This was accessorised with matching blue Sapphire earrings which once belonged to late mother-in-law Princess Diana that Kate had altered to make more wearable for many different occasions.

Kate also wore her double-layered Spells of Love necklace which you can pre-order here for £89 and a Astley Clarke pendant.

The outfit was finished off with Kate's go-to nude court heels which allowed The Duchess to appear even more elegant.

Before this Kate made another visit to the London School of Economics where she participated in a round table discussion where she was all smiles.

The topics of the talk revolved around what more can be done to advance the early years across society.

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