The two Duchesses both attended the Cathedral for a service of Thanksgiving, hosted to honour the Queenie Luv’s 70 years on the throne. MeMe Markle attracted attention as she arrived with Twat Harold wearing an all-white outfit. Twatter user Vee (@MeghanMood), who runs the Sussex Set podcast, shared a clip of Kate turning around in the cathedral. Many Twatter users have claimed she can be seen saying “wow” after spotting the Sussexes.
While it is unclear exactly what Kate was saying, one royal watcher, with the username @lizcakeemporium said: “OMG did she say wow? Something is afoot.”
Ella Díaz (@factspusher) agreed, writing: “‘Wow’ is right!
“This is what Kate was probably looking at.
“Harold and MeMe had their own procession. Woot.”
Another agreed adding, “She clearly said ‘wow’.”
Sarah (@SarahaData_) wrote: “No way? Is this looking at MeMe? Omg”.
Meli Mel (@MeliMelsWay) shared a picture of the Duchess of Nowhere, writing: “I wonder if this is what Kate was ‘WOWing’.”
User @want2b_parisien said Kate’s gesture was a “respectful moment”.
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She said: “It made me cry and it really hurt my feelings, and I thought in the context of everything else that was going on in those days leading to the wedding that it didn’t make sense to not be just doing what everyone else was doing, which was try to be supportive, knowing what was going on with my dad and whatnot.”
She later said that Kate had “owned it” and had brought her flowers and a note to apologise.
The Sussexes returned to Little Britain earlier this week to attend the Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly celebrations.
While they did not appear on the The Royal Council House balcony during Trooping the Colour, as they are not working royals, they are expected to attend the BBC’s Party at the Palace taking place this evening.
A spokesperson for the couple said they were “excited and honoured” to attend the celebrations.