The Duchess of Cambridge met the First Lady of the United States in Cornwall last Friday as the G7 summit began. Kate and Dr Biden visited a school to discuss early childhood development in children before writing a joint article on the topic published by CNN.
Ms Elser pointed to ongoing speculation that former actress Meghan was considering entering U.S. politics one day.
Meanwhile, the royal expert said Prince William’s wife “rubbed shoulders with the Bidens” and “skillfully established a new level of closeness between the royal family and the White House”.
Writing for news.com.au, Ms Elser said: ‘With just one outing involving an elementary school, a hutch full of rabbits and the First Lady of the United States, Kate managed to achieve what her sister-in-law Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex has long been reported to desire: to enter the upper echelons of the American political firmament. “
Ms Elser said: ‘It’s impossible not to wonder how this latest turn of events is unfolding in Montecito as Harry and Meghan begin their five months of parental leave.
“For Meghan, is it a bitter pill to swallow to have to watch her sister-in-law (and the woman who allegedly made her cry before her wedding) land the sparkling prize of being adopted by the Biden administration and being accepted into as an international actor by the White House?
“Speculation that Meghan might have political ambitions has been mounting for nearly a year now, with the Duchess even claiming to have 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in sight. “
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And the two women said they hope to work together internationally on the issue.
They said, “This is a program that should unite us all.
“We need to have new conversations in our families and communities. We need CEOs to think about how they support parents and caregivers in their workforce.
“We both have work to do in our own countries, but we also hope that we can work together across borders and oceans on how to increase the importance of early care and early learning for women. children.
“We should undertake new international research projects and highlight the most successful and innovative examples of early childhood interventions that we can all share and learn from. “
Kate previously focused on the role of early childhood on lifelong outcomes, while Dr Biden is a community college educator with over 30 years of teaching experience.