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The expectation in the Saturday concert at the Royal Albert Hall It was maximum. Fans pointed out some coldness among 'The Fabulous Four'. Meghan and Harry sat a little apart from the family, several rows behind and the serious countenance of William's little brother caught his attention.
Experts warned that the seating arrangement and the arrival separately the enclosure only responded to a protocol guideline and there was no voltage signal and coldness between the protagonists.
What was clear yesterday was the difference of styles between the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex, something that this Sunday November 10 has become patent again.
At Saturday's concert, Kate looked much more sober than Meghan. While this opted for a striking dress with a tight body, French sleeve and lapel heart neckline, coupled with a voluminous skirt, all in black and brocade fabric, the first opted for a midi skirt dress, more simple and minimalist, with boat neck and navy blue. At the waist, tight, a thin black velvet belt.
This Sunday, the commemorative events that take place on Armistice Day, which marks the end of World War I, have once again highlighted the difference in styles.
With the very serious countenance, in homage to the victims, the black, as tradition marks, has returned to be protagonist.
Respecting the letter dress code of the act, the truth is that the group chosen by the Duchess of Sussex has offered Meghan a certain glamorous and retro air that could well evoke some actress of the 70s.
The style worn by Kate Middleton has been very different. The Duchess of Cambridge has chosen a tight coat military air, with marked shoulder pads, tassels on the front and closed neck. He has completed the look with a small and elegant grille headdress, which partially covered his face. The result is a much more royal look than Meghan's.
The Cenotaph monument, a tribute to the fallen, has brought one more year to the British Royal Family. Isabel II, visibly excited, has been accompanied on the balcony by Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker. Meghan, meanwhile, has stood next to the Countess of Wessex and Timothy Laurence, husband of Princess Ana.
He Prince carlos of England has placed in the monument a crown of poppies in the name of the Queen. Harry and Guillermo have paraded together dressed in military uniform.