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Princess Kate sparks concern from BBC Breakfast host after royal’s kneecaps distract fans

BBC Breakfast presenter Rachel Burden shared her concern after Princess Kate made headlines with her regal appearance at King Charles’s banquet to host South Korea’s president….Read more

Catherine, Princess of Wales put on a regal display in a red cape and a matching gown

Rachel Burden reacted to an article that gushed over Princess Kate’s kneecaps.

The Princess of Wales put on a show-stopping display in a crimson outfit which she paired with matching heels and an impressive fascinator.

Taking to Twitter today, the BBC Breakfast presenter shared her dismay over an article that read: “CrossFit, Reformer Pilates… even her kneecaps are lovely!”

Rachel tweeted to her 103,000 followers: “Seriously…. Do we have to worry about our kneecaps now????”

It comes as the Cambridges attended King Charles’s banquet at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday where the royal hosted South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol on the first day of his state visit.


Princess Kate’s kneecaps became a talking point following the event (Image: Getty)

Social media users reacted to Rachel’s post over Kate’s appearance which has seemingly caused a stir among royal commentators, who gushed over the royal’s leggy display when she was pictured getting out of the car.

She was described as having “very slender, both fine-boned and finely-toned” legs.

Reacting to Kate’s kneecap story, one person tweeted: “Good timing this Rach. Just last night I noticed how crusty mine have become. Nobody papping them yet though.”

The BBC host replied: “I choose not to examine mine too closely. Assuming nobody else does either.”

BBC host Rachel Burden reacted to Kate's appearance at the state banquet

The State Visit Of The President Of The Republic Of Korea - Day 1

The Cambridges attended King Charles’s banquet at Buckingham Palace (Image: Getty)

Another person quipped: “But only on a knee to know basis @rachelburden.”(sic)

A third wrote: “It’s only a matter of time that ‘knee lifts’ (surgical not gym!) become the next cosmetic surgery.”

“For those who have nothing else to worry about. Don’t you lie awake at night worrying about your kneecaps,” another joked.

Earlier in the day the South Korean delegation had been given a ceremonial welcome at Horse Guards Parade, before the president and his wife took part in a carriage procession along the Mall.

More than 1,000 soldiers were on parade, with gun salutes in the autumn leaves in Green Park.

The Princess of Wales had been wearing a dramatic shade of front-page red as she took centre stage.

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