Kate, Princess of Wales, is sending a message to Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, with a “power play” to prove the Royal Family “matters”. On Tuesday, the 41-year-old mother-of-three donned a cream blazer and went into business mode meeting representatives of huge firms including IKEA, Co-op, Unilever, Lego, finance giants Natwest, Aviva, Deloitte and the Bank of England no less. The Princess was able to host the companies worth billions of pounds as she championed early years development with the launch of her new “Business Taskforce for Early Childhood” later.

Writing in news.com.au, royal writer Daniela Esler called the meeting a “powerhouse” moment for the princess that sent a clear message to any royals thinking the “Firm” was on the wane.

Referencing images of the event of Kate, Princess of Wales, posing business-like with the economic leaders, she wrote: “Kate is proving to be a stealthy powerhouse dynamo of action and machine washable lightweight wool who is busily redefining what a working member of the monarchy can actually achieve.

“And if there is one person who should be looking at these images of Kate with this clutch of business bigwigs who preside over global empires of shampoo and Allen keys, it is her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex.”


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