Kate Middleton and Queen Camilla are having a tiara moment.
The two royals are reportedly set to join King Charles III as he hosts his first official visit as monarch. peopleIt has been announced that South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife Dr. Tsepo Motsepe will be in the UK from 22nd to 24th November.
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No itinerary has been announced yet, but a banquet could be held at Buckingham Palace to welcome state visitors, which means the Duchess and Queen of Cambridge will be wearing royal jewels. I have.
Middleton and Prince William are expected to play a big role in hosting as the most senior members of the royal family.
Luckily for the royal family, this isn’t the first time they’ve helped host visits by dignitaries from other states.
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Middleton attended the Queen’s inaugural banquet in 2015 when she hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Mrs. Peng Liyuan.
President Ramaphosa’s visit, which was already scheduled before the death of Queen Elizabeth II, will be particularly special as King Charles’ first event as newly appointed monarch.
Kate Middleton and Camilla to wear tiaras for King Charles’ first official visit
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