Meghan Markle’s mother Doria Ragland teamed up with Hollywood’s most famous mother Kris Jenner and her daughter Kim Kardashian as they posed up a storm at a glitzy event last night.
The mother-of-one, who is grandmother to Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, donned a vibrant paisley shift dress in stunning shades of yellow, orange and pink to attend the fifth night Annual This Is About Humanity in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, SKIMS founder Kim, 42, debuted a new hairstyle by sporting bangs and a ponytail as she dressed in all black, while “Momager” Kris, 67, was chic in a white suit.
As the trio posed for photos, they hugged and beamed, looking very friendly as they hugged each other.
Doria’s appearance at the high-profile event comes as her daughter Meghan, 42, plans a big social media comeback with a new Instagram account that could earn her up to $1million per post.
Doria Ragland, Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian caused a stir at a glitzy charity event in Los Angeles last night
Meghan’s mum and world famous ‘mum’ Kris Jenney hugged at the event.
The Mail on Sunday reported that the Duchess of Sussex was considering ‘reviving’ herself on the social media platform, following the deactivation of the @sussexroyal account in 2020, when the couple left the UK to start a new life of the other side of the pond.
Decorated with a photo of pink peonies, which are said to be Meghan’s favorite flowers, a source close to her team confirmed this week: “Yes, that’s her. Expect an announcement very soon. She’s coming back.
The impromptu encounter between her mother Doria and the Kardashians at last night’s party isn’t the first time their worlds have crossed.
In May this year, the Duchess of Sussex was spotted hiking in Los Angeles with a bodyguard who was allegedly involved in protecting Kim Kardashian in 2016.
The photos, taken while Prince Harry was in the UK for his father’s coronation, showed the man accompanying Meghan and her companions on a countryside trip.
The Sun reported that the same bodyguard worked with Kim before and after his robbery at gunpoint in Paris, while another of his former guards said the Sussexes could have chosen him from a ” small group of elite bodyguards” who work with many. of celebrities.
Steve Stanulis told the publication, “Kim’s safety will be paramount. It’s no different for Harry and Meghan: they’re world famous and just as vulnerable.
It comes as Meghan looks set to make her social media comeback on Instagram three years after deactivating her previous account.
Doria looked chic in the shift dress with yellow, orange and pink paisley prints as she posed for snaps at the event
Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet’s grandmother accessorized with orange suede pumps and a gold necklace with pearl pendants
Amazon owner Jeff Bezos and his fiancée Lauren Sanchez also attended the glitzy charity event.
Harry and Meghan were pictured leaving the celebrity restaurant Tre Lune in Montecito earlier this month.
The Instagram account that would belong to Meghan Markle and which will be the scene of her return to social networks
An old Instagram post from Meghan, while vacationing in New Zealand. Sources close to the Duchess said the new account was hers, adding: “Expect an announcement very soon.”
The Duchess’s ‘new’ account – which goes by the handle ‘@Meghan’ – already has 76,000 followers and experts say it could prove a huge boost to her finances.
The account is already being followed by several of Meghan’s friends, including activist Mandana Dayani, who served as chairman of Archewell, the Sussex media and philanthropic society, until last December.
A source told the Mail on Sunday: “Everyone in Hollywood is talking about the impending relaunch. Meghan has never hidden the fact that she wants to return to Instagram.
Before her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry, Suits actress Meghan’s personal Instagram following numbered more than three million, while tens of thousands of fans signed up for her blog lifestyle, now defunct, The Tig.
Meghan first announced she was planning a return to Instagram in an interview with The Cut last year, telling writer Allison P Davis: “Do you want to know a secret? I’m coming back to Instagram.
Eric Schiffer, a social media expert who advises Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars, ex-Disney actress Bella Thorne and cast members of the American version of Dragons’ Den, said his return to Instagram would open up new ways.
“I don’t think Meghan’s return to Instagram will come as a surprise to anyone,” he said.
“She has a new talent manager and that’s the next logical step.
Harry and Meghan had 9.4 million followers on their Instagram account, @sussexroyal, before deactivating it after stepping down from royal duties.
An old Instagram post from Meghan Markle’s old account with her friend and actress Janina Gavankar. Experts believe Meghan could commission $1 million per post
“I would expect her to quickly become one of the most followed accounts on Instagram. You have celebrities like the Kardashians who can earn $1m (£790,000) and more for just one post promoting a product.
“There’s no reason Meghan can’t earn that kind of honorarium.
“She has to be careful, as a Duchess, to avoid coming across as selling out every product available.” She will align herself with quality brands and companies that match her political and social beliefs.
According to an article in the New York Post earlier this month, Meghan first created the handle @meghan when she launched her Spotify podcast.
A source told Page Six: “Meghan was about to go Insta but changed her mind shortly before launching her Archetypes podcast so it’s right here now.”
Meghan repeatedly showed off her power as an influencer with out-of-stock outfits and bags she wore.
NuCalm, which sells a stress relief patch, has seen sales increase since the Duchess was pictured wearing a patch on her wrist while out shopping near her home in Montecito, California.
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