In a startling move, it appears that Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, has sent a message to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle through her latest engagement. The 41-year-old appeared to be in “business mode” as she championed early years development with the launch of her new “Business Taskforce for Early Childhood.” And with her choice of attire – a cream blazer – she was able to make a “power play” and prove that the royal family “matters.”
At the meeting, Kate met with representatives from some of the world’s largest firms, including IKEA, Co-op, Unilever, Lego, Natwest, Aviva, Deloitte, and the Bank of England. Despite the companies being worth billions of pounds, Kate was able to host them with ease and show that she is a real boss.
Royal writer Daniela Esler was quick to praise Kate’s efforts, calling the meeting a “powerhouse” moment for the princess. 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.” Esler added, “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.”
Esler went on to say, “Kate’s latest engagement is a clear message to any royals who think the ‘Firm’ is on the wane. She’s showing that she’s a force to be reckoned with and that the royal family still has a role to play in the world of business.” With her new “Business Taskforce for Early Childhood,” Kate is making it clear that she has a vision for the future and is willing to put in the work to make it a reality.
Through her actions, Kate is proving that she is not just a figurehead, but a true leader who is capable of making a real difference in the world. And as she continues to redefine what a working member of the monarchy can achieve, it’s clear that she is a force to be reckoned with.