Kate and William celebrate Jamaican culture
A brief video filmed during the ceremonial welcome given to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge upon their arrival to Kingston, the capital city of Jamaica, appears to be showing Kate being snubbed by Lisa Hanna, a member of the People’s National Party and former beauty queen. In the clip, Kate appears to be speaking to Ms Hanna – who turns her head away without replying to the royal.
However, during other moments of the ceremony caught on camera, Kate and Ms Hanna were spotted happily chatting to one another.
In footage tweeted by the Daily Express royal correspondent, Richard Palmer, Ms Hanna also appeared to have been left in stitches by something Kate told her.
This leads to believe the Duchess had not been snubbed by Miss World 1993 but, rather, she was simply not heard.
Nevertheless, some Twitter users were quick to comment on the awkward clip featuring the alleged snub.
Kate pictured during a welcome ceremony in Kingston
Kate with and Kamina Johnson-Smith and Lisa Hanna
One Twitter user, @vee_victory, wrote: “This is priceless”.
Another fan of the Duchess of Sussex, @ct4224, made a reference to the Commonwealth Day service held in 2020 at Westminster Abbey and attended by both the Cambridges and the Sussexes.
Prior to the beginning of the ceremony, Kate and William were filmed briefly greeting Meghan and Harry.
Many royal watchers commented at the time…