Kate Middleton achieved what Meghan Markle 'has always wanted' after meeting with the American First Lady, Dr Jill Biden on Friday, June 11, it has been claimed.
The Duchess of Cambridge today joined President Joe Biden's wife on a trip to a school in Cornwall, where the G7 summit was held.
The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate all met the heads of some of the world's richest nations over the weekend.
But Kate's meeting is believed to be a bit of a blow to the Duchess of Sussex, according to royal reporter for News AU, Daniela Elser.
Elser described the meeting as a 'bitter pill to swallow' for Meghan who has always hoped to get close with the President's family.
She wrote: "For Meghan, is it a bitter pill to swallow to have to watch her sister-in-law (and the woman who allegedly made her cry in the lead-up to her wedding) snagging the glittering prize of being embraced by the Biden administration and being accepted as an international mover and shaker by the White House?
"Speculation that Meghan might have political ambitions has been growing for the better part of a year now with the Duchess even alleged to have her sights on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue."
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Reports also say that a close friend of the Duchess told Vanity Fair last October: “One of the reasons she was so keen not to give up her American citizenship was so she had the option to go into politics. I think if Meghan and Harry ever gave up their titles she would seriously consider running for president.”
However, the writer didn't just have opinions on Meghan as she also said the wife of Prince William has long been branded a "pretty-but-dim princess-in-waiting" while discussing her "legacy-defining work" at the G7 summit.
The G7 (Group of Seven) is an organisation of the world's seven largest so-called advanced economies, which includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States.
Throughout the year ministers and officials from the member countries hold meetings, form agreements and publish joint statements on global events.
At this year's event, Kate and Jill joined forces to write an open letter on the importance of early childhood care for CNN.
They wrote: "If we care about how children perform at school, how they succeed in their careers when they are older, and about their lifelong mental and physical health, then we have to care about how we are nurturing their brains, their experiences and relationships in the early years before school."
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