The Duchess of Cambridge appeared on a video call with the youngest solo female to row the Atlantic Ocean last month, Jasmine Harrison, for International Women’s Day.
The brunette beauty looked gorgeous as she donned a pink pastel pussybow blouse from Boden, which costs £80, for the online meeting, which was recorded on 2 March.
Kate styled her mane back in a half up, half down ‘do and wore a full face of make up, including bronzer, a smokey eyeshadow, mascara as well as pink lip gloss to go with her shirt.
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During their conversation, Jasmine explained how being out at sea alone for 70 days allowed her to “appreciate the world we live in in a way we can’t when life is busy.”
She also told Kate how she wants to “change male perspectives on females” and hopes her efforts will shift the perception for “people that think that something can’t be done and it can be”.
Clearly impressed, Kate told the 21 year old: “You’re inspiring loads of other women and young girls to follow in your footsteps.”
It comes just hours after Meghan, 39, and 36 year old Harry’s Oprah Winfrey interview aired in the US. During their tell-all chat, the Duchess of Sussex claimed Kate made her cry ahead of her wedding.
The soon-to-be mum-of-two opened up about reports of a rift between herself and the Kate and said the press wanted “a hero and a villain”.
The Duchess of Sussex, who also said she had suicidal thoughts during her time on the Royal Family, claimed that despite reports that Meghan was the one who drove Kate to tears days before her nuptials to Harry, it was in fact the other way around.
When asked by Oprah about the tabloids’ claims Meghan had made Kate cry days before the royal wedding, she said: “No, the reverse happened.”
She added that she “didn’t want to be disparaging to anyone“ but Kate was “upset about something“ over an issue with a flower girl dress.
Meghan said the timing of the issue was especially upsetting amid the uncertainty over whether her father Thomas Markle would attend the wedding. Meghan’s father Thomas did not attend the wedding after reportedly having a heart attack.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
She continued that it “didn’t make sense“ to not support her due in the days coming up to her wedding. But, Meghan then said Kate “owned it and apologised” with a handwritten note and flowers.
She added that William’s wife “took accountability“ after Meghan was brought to tears but insisted there was no confrontation between the pair.
Meghan also added that she will not go into to detail about it because Kate apologised.
Watch the full interview on ITV at 9pm on Monday night and on ITV Hub, Courtesy of Harpo Productions/CBS